relson at osagesoftware.com
Mon Jan 26 07:37:26 EST 2004
On Mon, 26 Jan 2004 09:53:48 +0100
Boris 'pi' Piwinger wrote:
> Boris 'pi' Piwinger wrote:
> > I was just looking something up with bogoutil -p. I was
> > wondering that probabilities are given by algorithm. Now it
> > is clear to me that this is because no config file is read.
> > But on the other hand, how can this be done if a word does
> > not show up in the list? It uses program defaults, which is
> > missleading.
> This was long ago. I understand that it would be problematic
> to search for the configuration for bogoutil, but could this
> be solved by explicitely giving the configuration file? Like
> with the -c option in bogofilter?
Bogoutil doesn't read the config file. "bogoutil -p" gives the
probabilities using the default parameters. If you need the real
probabilities, use bogofilter, as in "echo first_word second third |
bogofilter -vvv". That will list the information you want (and then
P.S. Bogoutil already uses "-c" to enable maintenance mode (and
discarding tokens with low spam and ham counts).
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