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On Mon, 2009-03-16 at 15:41 -0700, Craig White wrote:
> Many versions of evolution/Fedora ago, I stopped using junk filtering
> because spamassasin was so slow and memory was a terrible issue. I
> gather that the response was to implement the bogo-filter instead of
> spamassassin at the evolution level to solve that but I do have junk
> filtering on my mail server so I just shut it off and have left it
> off.

I switched from SpamAssassin to Bogofilter over a year ago and haven't
regretted it. I feel that SA is great as a server-side spam filter
(indeed one of my mail servers uses it) but BF is better for the
desktop. One problem with SA was that it would leave multiple spamd
processes lying around, though that may have been fixed since then.

All the same, I didn't get the sense from Tim's message that he was
talking about spam filtering. Perhaps he could clarify.

poc

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