bishop at aeroprise.com
Tue Jan 16 19:10:54 CET 2007
Be aware that SpamBayes is designed to work together with other filtering in
Outlook. I would look at the standard Spam filtering in Outlook as the
possible culprit here. Just because you installed SpamBayes does not turn
off regular Outlook spam filtering. I use both in conjunction, but I
carefully trained my Outlook spam filter to never delete anything good. My
Outlook spam filtering is still catching a little more spam than is left for
SpamBayes to catch, even though I have not maintained my Outlook spam
filters since installing SpamBayes. It is easy to set up SpamBayes so it
acts after Outlook automatic processing. That is the way I like it.
I use different spam certain folders for Outlook (Junk E-mail) and SpamBayes
(Junk Spam Certain).
This helps me distinguish which mechanism decided an email was spam. The
fact that you get a Spam score of 0% suggests that SpamBayes is not doing
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