Re: Bayes filter at ISPs
On Thu, 2004-02-19 at 03:09, Adam ENDRODI wrote:
> I'm considering replacing the current SpamAssasin to a true
> Bayasian filter (bogofilter, actually) on a mail server, because
> in personal daily usage, it has proven to be a better (faster
> and more accurate) solution for me.
> I suppose many of you use Bayesian spamfilters at the ISP level.
> I'd like to ask how do you teach it to separate ham and spam
> correctly? In particular, how do I select a representative set
> of ham and spam? Is it a good idea to deploy bogofilter for an
> entire organization at all?
We liked SA but was very tired of the perl usage on the MTA. Se we
searched and found the Barracuda. Now we have Bayesian and more and a
very nice solution, not on the MTA. I have not looked back.
Willam D. McKinney (Dee)
Alaska Wireless Systems