Are Bogon IP addresses uses for bogosity, and where are they kept?
relson at osagesoftware.com
Mon Oct 24 11:35:49 UTC 2011
Q1: Bogofilter keeps all its tokens in a database. The default
database is named wordlist.db. Individual IP address are kept, but not
address ranges, i.e. the wordlist will save 18.104.22.168 but will not save
Q2: Read the FAQ. Reclassifying messages is simple.
bogotune is complex. As a starting point, you'll need a set of 5000
(or more) ham and a comparable number of spam. If the FAQ doesn't have
enough info, post again. I need to head out.
Hope this helps.
On Mon, 24 Oct 2011 04:21:20 +0000 (UTC)
> Couple questions...
> Q1) I just started using bogofilter on my Kmail install, and it's
> flagging all mail coming from my mail server as spam. My server is
> not blacklisted anywhere, but IS in an old bogon IP range (98.129)
> that was released for use by the IANA some time back in 2006
> (098/8)... and my fear is that my server's x-bogon is still being
> flagged by bogofilter as a bogon.
> If this is not the case, someone please show me where any bogon lists
> are kept and how I can verify that my MTA's primary IP is not in such
> a list.
> Q2) If I accidentally marked some HAM as spam.. how do I fix this? I
> can't find any good tutorials or anything on using bogotune (if
> that's eaven the right tool).
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