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Fiachra

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Hi guys,
I have a question about the Bayesian Filter. I have been training the filter from within the users webmail accounts for the last 3 months and it seems to be picking up just about all the spam now. My question is I have had to whitehole some emails addresses (either cause 1. emails were being caught by the spam filter and forwarded onto a designated address or 2. emails were being bounced when an email was being sent by an outsider to this company and wouldn't of gotten through otherwise), this list has grown to quit a size, will the Bayesian Filter have learned that certain address whiteholed are legit email (thus I can delete them from the list) or do I need to leave them there permanently?


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Fiachra

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Was my post unclear/ confusing? Do you understand what I am saying

Give me an idea,
Fiachra.
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Bayes just remembers good and bad words. The email address ist just one word in a mail amongst hundreds, so removing addresses from your white list might not be safe. I would keep the list, even if it's big.

You can check on each entry how long it hasn't been used. You could then delete any rule that hasn't been triggered for - let's say - more than 300 days.

Regards, Pascal

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Fiachra

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Hi Pascal,
Cheers for your response. I will keep on eye out for such a time period.

Mise le meas,
Fiachra.
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