bogofilter -U (--report-unsure)
relson at osagesoftware.com
Tue Jan 4 20:57:31 EST 2005
On Wed, 05 Jan 2005 02:41:05 +0100
Matthias Andree wrote:
> what exactly does bogofilter -U do?
> What exactly is bogofilter -U supposed to do?
> Does it do what it is supposed to do?
> It's not documented in bogofilter.xml.
> using "notest" as an unknown token:
> echo notest | bogofilter -U -> no output
> echo notest | bogofilter -Uv -> spamicity line + histogram
> echo notest | bogofilter -Uvv -> spamicity line + histogram
> echo notest | bogofilter -Uvvv -> spamicity line + token stats
> echo notest | bogofilter -UT -> ROBX value + histogram
> echo notest | bogofilter -Up -> Message with spamicity + histogram headers
> Apparently, the -U makes difference with exactly one -v or with some
> other reporting option, for messages scored "unsure". Fine.
> I'll add the -C documentation to bogoutil.xml.
-U is in bogofilter's help message. If a message scores as Unsure and
'-U' and '-v' are specified, bogofilter will print a histogram for the
message. The primary use is getting more info about why a message
scored unsure. I found very useful when I was using a high min_dev
(because few tokens counted in the message score) and less useful with a
low min_dev (because lots of tokens contribute to the score).
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