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On Thu, 2007-06-28 at 07:20 -0400, Rodolfo Alcazar Portillo wrote:
> all are local mailservers. My perception is that spamassassin was
> loading more and more the CPU, caused by evolution. When I was picking
> up my mail every minute, maybe spamassasin's load was growing and
> growing. Then arrives the next minute and the consequential picking
> up, finishing loading more and more the processor.

With your system, you're probably better off using something else to
collect in the mail and spam-assess it, having Evolution just show you
what it's collected and sorted, already.

There's quite a few that advocate not using spamassassin from within
Evolution.  Me, I don't use it, at all.  My spam's vastly outnumbered by
ham, and it's a pig of a CPU load to assess everything.  I just hit
delete, there's some personal satisfaction in doing that.

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