On 10.11.08 11:30, Troy Settle wrote:
> I received a piece of junkmail this morning:
> http://home.psknet.com/troy/1.txt
>
> In the spam report, I see this: BAYES_00=-2.599
>
> So, I run it through sa-learn with --spam:
>
> Learned tokens from 1 message(s) (1 message(s) examined)
>
> Then, I re-scan it using spamc, and still I get:
>
> BAYES_00=-2.599
>
> What gives? I don't expect the total score to come up much, but the
> bayes should at least go from a negative number to a positive number...
> shouldn't it?
>
> BTW, this is the 3rd or 4th annuity/insurance spam I've received and
> piped through sa-learn in the last few days (I don't have samples of the
> others, but I'll definitely keep samples of future such messages).


are you sure spamc and spamassassin use the same BAYES dsatabase?
Did you try giving your uername to spamd via '-u' ?
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