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    Posted: 16 May 2004 at 2:26pm
Hi,

What's the best way to train spamfilter's fingerprinting? Will I get good results by just blocking any e-mail and manually delivering all valid mail? On a side note, how can I restart the learning process. Can I just delete all files in Corpus?

Regards, Jeroen van der Linden.
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Jeroen,

"What's the best way to train spamfilter's fingerprinting? Will I get good results by just blocking any e-mail and manually delivering all valid mail?"  This is the recomended method.  It is very important in the early stages to sen all "false" blocked messages.

"how can I restart the learning process. Can I just delete all files in Corpus?"  You should first stop the spamfilter service and then you can delete the entire Corpus folder.  When you restart the service, Spamfilter will create the folder again and start over.

Regards,

Dan S> (SpamFilter User) 

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