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On Mon, Jun 18, 2007 at 08:22:28AM +0200, Gregorics Tam=E1s wrote:
> I have a problem with bayes' scoring. It gave BAYES_99=3D3.5 to a mail=20
> which is not a spam. Unfortunately with this addition it reached my=20
> required score so it got classified as spam.
>=20
> How can i fix this behavior? Only auto learning is enabled with the=20
> default threshold, no one could possibly feed it false data.


sa-learn --ham

auto-learn does a good job, but "learn on error" is always recommended.

--=20
Randomly Selected Tagline:
lp1 on fire
(One of the more obfuscated kernel messages)

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