[Spambayes] server side spambayes
Amedee Van Gasse
amedee at amedee.be
Thu Nov 9 15:59:49 CET 2006
On Thu, November 9, 2006 13:19, skip at pobox.com said:
> Amedee> If I understand it correctly, the only thing this setup does,
> Amedee> tagging emails with a spam score, just like I am already doing
> Amedee> in procmail. Is that a correct interpretation? So it is still
> Amedee> up to me to classify the emails in the correct ham/spam
> Amedee> using procmail? Is it possible to block emails at the server
> Amedee> level when they have a spam score above a certain treshold?
> In my "server side" setup, all I do is copy by personal training to the
> server every now and then. I set up the procmailrc on the server to
> unsure and spam to me. That keeps the crap out of most mailing lists and
> still have a point at which to review the results.
Ah yes, interesting.
I'll make a mental note of that: find out the difference between
~/.procmailrc and /etc/procmailrc. I know the theory, but haven't played
with it yet.
But that would be off topic on this list.
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