This is a discussion on Re: How many use CRM114? - SpamAssassin ; http://crm114.sourceforge.net/ CRM114 is highly regarded purportedly extremely accurate in discerning spam from ham. It can be used as yet another metric for Spamassassin to judge whether mail is spam or ham. The main drawback I see using this at a ...
CRM114 is highly regarded purportedly extremely accurate in discerning
spam from ham.
It can be used as yet another metric for Spamassassin to judge whether
mail is spam or ham.
The main drawback I see using this at a server level is that crm114 is
best trained by telling it that it got something wrong as opposed to
feeding in a lot of ham and telling it it's ham or spam and telling it
it's spam. I guess you would say that this child learns best by being
This could prove to be impractical in a server environment used in
conjunction with spamassasin where users are not going to punish
crm114 when it gets it wrong. This is because the result of crm114
would be burried inside a spamassassin tag as only one metric of
spaminess. It seems to me that crm114 is probably more appropriate
standalone or at least used in such a way that the result of spam/ham
is fed back into crm114 by the user if the result of crm114 is
On Tue, Mar 4, 2008 at 4:19 PM, Marc Perkel
> Andrew Hearn wrote:
> Blaine Fleming wrote:
> Slightly off-topic, but I'm curious, how many of you are using CRM114?
> How well does it work for you? Was it difficult to train? I've been
> looking at it and haven't found much except the official plugin guide
> and a single page saying that it works better than other learning
> methods. Any info would be appreciated.
> I've only just started using it on a test server, I'll let you know how
> I find the results!
> CRM114? What's that? Can't quite figure out what it does. Is it a pony?
> Marc Perkel - Sales/Support
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