[sylpheed:30247] Re: bogofilter
bob at bob-white.com
Thu Oct 26 00:36:26 JST 2006
On Wed, 25 Oct 2006 16:40:58 +0200
Colin Leroy <colin at colino.net> wrote:
> On Wed, 25 Oct 2006 08:33:32 -0600 25 Oct 2006 at 08h10, Bob White
> > I don't
> > see anywhere to use a different command for classifying vs
> > reclassifying.
> From `man bogofilter`:
> The -S option tells bogofilter to undo a prior registration of
> the same message as spam. If a message was incorrectly entered as spam
> by -s or -u and you want to remove it and enter it as non-spam, use
> -Sn. If -S is used for a message that wasn't registered as spam, the
> counts will still be decremented.
> The -N option tells bogofilter to undo a prior registration of
> the same message as non-spam. If a message was incorrectly entered as
> non-spam by -n or -u and you want to remove it and enter it as spam,
> then use -Ns. If -N is used for a message that wasn't registered as
> non-spam, the counts will still be decremented.
I understood the function of the options. What's puzzling me is why
putting in those options completely killed my spam filtering over a 5
day period. I changed the "set as junk" and "set as not junk" commands.
I haven't changed the "Classifying command". I'm using bogofilter -I.
It seems like that is the one that should be executed for the initial
classification on incoming mail. Should it be modified?
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