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    Posted: 22 February 2006 at 9:58am

Hi everyboby,

i'm new, and I'm using Spamfilter since 1 week, with excellent results.

I've created a new db for quarantined e-mails with MySql and activated the Bayesan Filter with 95% of prob.  Now I have one question: I must keep the quarantined email in my db (to allow Spamfilter to learn which emails are spam) or can i deleted them If not necessary? (i.e. each week)

thanks,

Carlo

 

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Carlo,

The Bayesian filter "learns" as email is being received, it does not need to have the quarantine database (which is optional). So you can delete entries in the DB as often as you wish.
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