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immeral

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I have a whole bunch of email addresses that only get spam. What is the best way to add them to the Spam Filter so that they are added to the bayesian calculations?

Add a custom rule to Treat the message as spam and reject

or

Add score to the message (+10?)

*Bonus round: anyway to have a cron job add good and bad messages from good and bad folders?

Cheers!
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sidbarker

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How about creating the addresses as addresses of a group with no members - won't KMS throw them away then? Avoid the SPAM filtering all together.
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sidbarker

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Just looked - think you can do something similar with users...

set the forward option on, and don't enter forwarding addresses. Wonder what that would do?
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immeral

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In this case, I actually want spam since I know that no good message would ever be sent to them- any new messages like this are automatically spam. It helps fight spam that has new variations... ie. new 'male' drug comes out -> bogus accounts get new spam for Viagrasteel -> immediately know it's spam -> all future emails to real people get filtered out!

And there you have it-> a self updating spam filter!

The group email with no addresses would work though if I had to add spam points to it for it to be added by the server and not by rejection...
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sidbarker

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Ah ha - hadn't realised quite what you were after in the long run. Thought you just wanted a way to get rid of the emails!

Nice idea of yours... if it works with KMS.
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