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From: Tony Houghton on 8 Jul 2010 08:36
ISTR reading somewhere that spamassassin's Bayesian learning is
self-reinforcing, ie when it decides that a mail is spam or ham it does
the internal equivalent of feeding it to sa-learn. Is that true, or
would I be better feeding emails back to sa-learn even after it's made
the right decision?
Also, if the report_safe option is 1 (generate a new message with the
spam as an attachment) and I feed a tagged spam to sa-learn, will it
automatically extract the attached spam instead of processing the header
of the wrapper message?
TH * http://www.realh.co.uk