On 5/26/2008 10:55 AM, Justin Mason wrote:
> Michael Monnerie writes:
>> On Sonntag, 18. Mai 2008 Karsten Bräckelmann wrote:
>>> I used to use it, but dropped it quite a while ago when it didn't hit
>>> on *my* particular German spam any longer.

>> The hard thing for me is to tell if a certain spam could pass through
>> other people's filters. We're having a heavy anti spam setup, and
>> almost nothing passes through. Some honeypots addresses are whitelisted
>> and receive spam, but almost all of it is recognised from the
>> beginning. And I try to only write rules for german text that is
>> previously not recognised.
>> It would be nice to have all rules for SA (at least their names) in SQL,
>> and on every hit increase a counter and set the now() timestamp to see
>> which rules do not get hit anymore. With the actual text file, you
>> can't tell really, and I cannot drop rules just because I do not get
>> hits anymore, so I'd need that distributed to see some good stats -
>> which would mean people should distribute back their stats. Is there
>> anything similar?

> Not that I know of. It would be possible to write as a plugin, though,
> and I agree -- it sounds like a good idea.
> --j.

Mailwatch/MailScanner have this feature built in and its very useful.

I'd assume Dallas' stats script could be easily modified to do this.