[Spambayes] Ignore Word Filtering

Jesse Pelton jsp at PKC.com
Wed Apr 5 15:19:56 CEST 2006


If you (or anyone else) trains on messages with that tag line, that
training will affect the processing of future messages that include it,
whether the trainer thinks such messages are ham or spam (or some
combination).  It seems to me that this is as it should be.  Whether or
not a message is "certified virus free" and whether or not it is spam
are completely separate issues in my mind, but if it turns out that all
certified messages are ham, SpamBayes will figure that out based on the
training.

Personally, I'm skeptical of "certified virus free" tag lines.  What's
to keep me or anyone else from adding the text at the end of my
messages?  But if you wish to set up your mail client to treat all
messages with a "certified virus free" tag line as ham, you can probably
do so.  You appear to be using Outlook Express, in which case I imagine
you can set up a rule to process such messages before your spam
filtering rule takes effect.  (I don't use OE myself.)

-----Original Message-----
From: spambayes-bounces at python.org [mailto:spambayes-bounces at python.org]
On Behalf Of Fast Turtle
Sent: Tuesday, April 04, 2006 3:26 PM
To: spambayes at python.org
Subject: [Spambayes] Ignore Word Filtering

Something that came to mind is the fact that I would like to see the 
tag-line from AVG anti-virus to be added to the ignore filter. This will
at 
least prevent any mail from being classified as spam for those of us
using 
AVG or other anti-virus that uses a certified virus free tag-line. 

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