This is a discussion on Re: Bye for good FuzzyOCR - SpamAssassin ; -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 David Morton wrote: > > > On Jul 22, 2007, at 9:43 AM, arni wrote: > >> Loren Wilton schrieb: >>>>>>> I'm not recieving much of it anymore anyways. >>> >>> FWIW, about 20% ...
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David Morton wrote:
> On Jul 22, 2007, at 9:43 AM, arni wrote:
>> Loren Wilton schrieb:
>>>>>>> I'm not recieving much of it anymore anyways.
>>> FWIW, about 20% of the spam I got today had either a GIF or PNG
>>> image attached to it. Most advertizing viagra in clear text
>>> with no obfuscation, a few advertizing stocks. FuzzyOCR still
>>> does quite well here.
>> I'm not saying that it doesnt work well anymore, i'm just saying
>> that i dont need it anymore to bring my spam to above 10 points,
>> what happened for me lately was the following: image spam was
>> above 10 pts already and fuzzyocr didnt run so fuzzyocr only ran
>> for ham with images completely wasting resources
>> so i uninstalled it
> I upgraded a system to SA 3.2, which I see now is not compatible
> with FuzzyOCR yet. I started getting a bunch of image spam again.
> I wish I had it again...
Try using the SVN Version (revision 132). This is basically the same
as the latest 3.5.x release but some issues with SA 3.2.x were fixed.
> David Morton Maia Mailguard http://www.maiamailguard.com
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