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    Posted: 26 May 2004 at 3:09am


Since  have installed SpamFilter, they are more than 63.000 mails received. But none of the spam was blocked by the Bayesian filter. It is like all mail are OK for the filter. Or, there is a lot of spam in this mails.

Must I check something to "enable" the bayesian filter?

Philippe LESNE 

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What files do you have inthe SpamFilter\corpus directory, and if any, what is their size? Can you please post the contents of the corpus.ini file i present?

Please note that the Bayesian filter is only processed if all the other filters have failed to catch spam. If your "other" filters are efficient, they will catch most of the spam and leave very little left for the bayesian filter. Have you ran a query similar to the one below against the database to verify that the Bayesian filter did not catch anything?

Roberto F.
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SELECT     tblQuarantine.RejectID, tblRejectCodes.RejectDesc, COUNT(tblQuarantine.RejectID) AS Total
FROM         tblQuarantine INNER JOIN
                      tblRejectCodes ON tblQuarantine.RejectID = tblRejectCodes.RejectID
GROUP BY tblQuarantine.RejectID, tblRejectCodes.RejectDesc

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