"jdow" <[email protected]> wrote:
If you run your own mail server, I've had good luck with dSpam. It
takes a little while to get it trained since it's Bayesian filter based
but I now get overall accuracy of over 95% and the spam identification
is over 93%. I should add that I get *very few* false positives
(currently 12 out of over 15,000 e-mails) and several of those were
right after installation when the filter had very little data to go on.
I may have some "sharp words" about the spam fighting tools that come with
FC7. I have little time to play with it. And it does not like my laptop.
So I have to download a bunch of debug files so I can track it down. (The
bug is in X-Windows so the gnome based folks want me to download and
install an unknown number of gnome debug files. Go figure. When I have
time I will humor them. But it's hard as heck to debug a frozen machine
that has kicked the display out the window, metaphorically speaking. The
SpamAssassin RPMS that came with FC4 and FC5 seemed to be incomplete when
I attempted to use them in the past. And for an effective SpamAssassin
install SOME mention of the Spam Assassin Rules Emporium is properly
required, as is mention of FuzzyOCR and a couple other gems.
(SARE is so effective it was included in the massive DDoS attack that
struck Spamhaus as well. Some spammer got REALLY peaved, po' baby.)
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