The following results are for a period of about 5 days.
Using the threshold of 4 and whitelisting all messages with a
spamassassin score of 0 or less, I find that my CrossAssassin version
would have eliminated 47 spam messages and not gotten any non-spam
messages. At 3, it would have gotten one non-spam, and 55 spam
messages. Making the test < 0 rather than <= 0 would have gotten many
non-spam messages. (Although some of them would have scored negative
with my new VALID_BTS_CONTROL rule.)
I'll enable it to put the messages in a separate mailbox when I have
We are getting about 700 nonspam messages a day to the BTS, and about 30
spams a day are making it past spamassassin.
blarson@spohr:~/box$ cat hambox.2004040* | ../bin/cr2
Messages: 3531 CrossAssassin kills: 0
blarson@spohr:~/box$ cat spambox.2004040* | ../bin/cr2
Messages: 147 CrossAssassin kills: 47
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