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David Morton wrote:
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> On Jul 22, 2007, at 9:43 AM, arni wrote:
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>> 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.
>>>
>>> Loren
>>>

>> 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

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>> so i uninstalled it

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> 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.
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> 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.


Best regards,


Chris

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