Re: Re[2]: [sniffer] Test ordering/precedence

2004-12-03 Thread Bonno Bloksma
Hi Pete, The false positive rates for all of these rule groups have fallen dramatically over the past 8 months and at this point they are all comparable. Different systems see different rates, but all rates are low. Yup, I used to rate the sixties series different in declude but I have stopped to

Re[2]: [sniffer] Test ordering/precedence

2004-12-03 Thread Pete McNeil
On Friday, December 3, 2004, 8:53:26 AM, Joe wrote: JW OK, I'm confused. First I admit I don't spend much time on Sniffer or JW Declude settings, and I haven't learned the programs very well. JW I used the default Sniffer config files. If I changed as indicated below JW will it catch more

Re[2]: [sniffer] Test ordering/precedence

2004-12-02 Thread Pete McNeil
On Thursday, December 2, 2004, 4:15:43 PM, Jim wrote: JM Pete, JM We have rules setup in declude based upon sniffer return codes 60 and 62 to JM mark all messages with those tests as spam, however we do not have any 61 or JM 62 return codes setup. Can you briefly explain what each of these

Re[2]: [sniffer] Test ordering/precedence

2004-09-19 Thread Pete McNeil
On Saturday, September 18, 2004, 11:22:02 PM, Matt wrote: M Thanks Pete, but let me just stress the largest issue that I see and I M think you already are aware of it. The new IP classification is the M most likely to produce false positives and it's result code of 60 places M precedence of that

RE: Re[2]: [sniffer] Test ordering/precedence

2004-09-19 Thread Landry William
-Original Message- From: Pete McNeil [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] I've actually been thinking very strongly of reorganizing the rule group IDs recently. Especially in light of the new changes we've made with robots et al. The accuracy of the Experimental IP group has gone up considerably -

Re[2]: [sniffer] Test ordering/precedence

2004-09-18 Thread Pete McNeil
On Saturday, September 18, 2004, 9:07:55 PM, Matt wrote: M John, M If you read this more carefully, I was not suggesting that M action betaken that would affect everyone's system in such a way M that it wouldrequire modifications.  The 60 result code was M recently changed fromGray rules to IP