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We are shortly going to be migrating from EIMS to Kerio, but this may not be completed for a few months. In the meantime, we have found a solution that implements SpamAssassin for EIMS (CounterAgent for those interested). We would like to use this in the short-term, but then migrate the Bayes database to Kerio when we ready as it would seem rather wasteful to have to train SA all over again.

Someone has suggested using sa-learn with the --backup and --restore options. Can anyone tell us whether this will work okay on the Kerio side? The EIMS/CA side is a standard SA distribution, but I don't know whether all the SA tools will be available from the Kerio install.

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