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jimklein

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I see talk of Spam Assassign also using the Bayes filter in the Kerio website but don't see how to do this.

(Currently on 6.1.1. Build 8)

I'm guessing the Bayes filter is an addin to Outlook where by telling Kerio that emails are SPAM it can learn. (filename?) If I train it does this apply to all users?

But I don't understand where SPAM Assassign gets configured.

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Jim
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jimklein wrote on Tue, 05 September 2006 17:59


I'm guessing the Bayes filter is an addin to Outlook where by telling Kerio that emails are SPAM it can learn. (filename?) If I train it does this apply to all users?

Correct. You can report it as spam using a toolbar button or you can drag the mail to the junk mail folder (in Outlook or Webmail). Both will tell the server the message was spam and would cause the Bayes rules to learn/adapt.

If you want to use Outlook with the Kerio Mailserver and use all the groupware functionality, you have to install the Kerio Outlook Connector (KOC). This will also enable the Spam/No spam toolbar.

This does indeed apply to all uses. Bayes training is not specific to one user.

jimklein wrote on Tue, 05 September 2006 17:59


But I don't understand where SPAM Assassign gets configured.


You can configure SPAM Assassign through the Kerio Administrator Console, a special tool you have to install to manage the Kerio Mailserver. You can download it from the downloads page on www.kerio.com, where you probably also dl-ed the Mailserver software.
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