On  0, Kirk Strauser <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> At 2003-02-03T16:57:16Z, "Justin P. Michel" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Spam Assassin is tagging the e-mail properly, however, it's still being
> > sent out to the clients.
> This is OT to your question, but still: are you certain that you want to
> drop all mail that gets marked by SpamAssassin?  It works very well, but I
> still get a few false positives per month.  If any of my clients were
> outside of my immediate friends/family group (i.e., paying customers), then
> I would explicitly take no action on their incoming email other than to mark
> it, and give the clients instructions on setting up a filter on their email
> client.  That way, they take the responsibility for deciding to delete
> suspect email - you're only providing an estimation service.
> -- 
> Kirk Strauser

I agree with Kirk, SA works amazingly well for me and I haven't gotten a false
positive for a long long time, but that's because I trained the Bayesian
filters well, I also tuned my whitelist so important mails from my banks,
domain registrar, etc won't get marked as spam. but default SA gives quite a 
few false positive.

andrew y ng  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  http://andrewng.com
independent computer consultants http://aynassociates.com

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