Testing if it works

Barsalou barjunk at attglobal.net
Sat Jul 17 01:37:13 EDT 2004


After reading the man page again, I started thinking that the following
command would help me identify good -o values:

cat /home/mike/spamfile | bogofilter -e -p -M -o 0.8,0.2 | grep -e
ogosity

If an entry comes back as Unsure, then my values need to be changed. 
This assumes that all the mail in /home/mike/spamfile is in fact spam.

I could do the reverse for ham.

I also believe that this would not reclassify any the spam...because
there is the missing -s, -n, or -u.

Is this even close to right?

Mike
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Barsalou <barjunk at attglobal.net>



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