On Mon, May 30, 2005 at 09:16:09PM +0100, Conall O'Brien wrote:
> Another option is feeding spamassassin large quantities of spam so it
> adapts to current spam trends. By feeding my spamassassin bayes
> databases on my 2 list accounts, I rarely see more than 4 uncaught spam
> between both accounts a day (despite getting 1500 spam a week to both
200 or so dropped spam per hour (recent stats from dagda) not enough of
a sample set then ?
P (who's starting to think we should just give people who complain about
one or two spam a full days' spam-feed from dagda ...)
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