Doesn't sound unreasonable to me.You are asking sa-learn to rip apart and
analyse 30mb of pretty dense data. Our spam box here is about 13mb and it
takes several minutes to crunch its way through.
Your command should look something like:
sa-learn --ham /home/kevin/Mail/inbox/cur -D
This is for a system using Maildir
Why not set up sa-learn to scan you inbox for ham and your spam folder for
spam using a cron job and run it sometime when you aren't around.
On Wednesday 3 November 2004 10:02, Brendan Halpin wrote:
sa-learn just took about 10mins of cpu time to process a 30Mb/1000
message mbox file of ham.
Is this normal or am I doing it wrong?
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