> On Thu, 26 Jul 2007, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
> > The downside is, that even if user train much, they'll get _much_
> > of spam hitting only 3.5 points with BAYES_99.


On 26.07.07 09:30, John D. Hardin wrote:
> There's some reluctance to put Poison Pill rules into the default
> distribution...
>
> If you trust your Bayes training, then increase the score of BAYES_99.
> Mine is at 4.5 (which is better but still doesn't make it a poison
> pill).


.... and since 4.5 doesn't seem to be poison pill even for me, I wonder why
there's reluctance to bump it at least to 4.0

Could bayes also count number of spams/hams in database to narrow its
decisions?

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