"Kenn Humborg" <kenn at bluetree.ie> writes:
> Did you use sa-learn --mbox? If you forget the --mbox, sa-learn
> will parse it as one very large message.
Yes, I used --mbox. What makes me wonder is that when I run it on a
folder of false positives with c2500 messages (as separate files)
it takes only about 1 minute, versus almost 9mins for the 1000
message mbox file. Would it be worth processing the mbox into
another format first?
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