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  1. Re-injection

    Is it possible to re-inject a caught piece email that was
    labeled HAM, in spamd or spamc and force it to learn it
    as spam for bayes?


  2. Re: Re-injection

    Use:

    sa-learn --forget
    sa-learn --spam

    LDB wrote:
    > Is it possible to re-inject a caught piece email that was
    > labeled HAM, in spamd or spamc and force it to learn it
    > as spam for bayes?
    >
    >
    >



  3. Re: Re-injection

    Jeroen Tebbens wrote:
    > Use:
    >
    > sa-learn --forget
    > sa-learn --spam


    The forget should be redundant. If SA previously autolearned it as ham,
    feeding it to sa-learn --spam should compensate for this automatically
    by subtracting from nham and adding to nspam for each token. If it
    wasn't learned at all before, it will only add to nspam.


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    > LDB wrote:
    >> Is it possible to re-inject a caught piece email that was
    >> labeled HAM, in spamd or spamc and force it to learn it
    >> as spam for bayes?
    >>
    >>
    >>

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