On Sun, 2016-10-16 at 20:33 +0200, Steffen Winkler wrote:
> Am Sonntag, den 16.10.2016, 20:12 +0200 schrieb Ralf Mardorf:
> > On Sun, 16 Oct 2016 19:02:49 +0200, Steffen Winkler wrote:
> > >
> > > As for bogofilter: It works without any problems. No bugs or
> > > anything,
> > > just has a lousy spam detection rate.
> > Bogofilter works perfect for me. It detects nearly all spam and there
> > are nearly no false positives. The very first training period was
> > short, even with spam detection features, provided by ISPs disabled.
> > Spamassassin does use RBLs, so it might require no first training,
> > but
> > OTOH RBLs and additional features not provided by bogofilter, could
> > lead
> > to more false positives.
> > I guess bogofilter is better to filter to an individual user's needs,
> > while spamassassin has got advantages for mail servers that deliver
> > many users.
> > Regards,
> > Ralf
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> Ah, sorry. I didn't mean it like bogofilter was bad or anything. It's
> just that I told both tools to filter a bunch of emails and spam
> assassin moved some to my spam folder while bogofilter didn't.
> I think that maybe bogofilter worked the entire time but I just didn't
> saw it because it never moved anything into the junkfolder and I didn't
> saw a bogofilter process appearing. Where spamasassin has it's sa-learn
> and spamd process that pop up when you teach it something or tell it to
> filter through emails.
> I worded that completely wrong, I apologize.
As Ralf mentioned, SA is generally used on mail servers and Bogofilter
on clients. Evo does support either, but I've never heard of anyone
using both at once. Presumably you don't see Bogofilter doing anything
because SA has already disposed of the spam, but that's just a guess.
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