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Re: spam checking and CPU time

also sprach Brian May <bam@debian.org> [2004.10.07.0049 +0200]:
> dspam doesn't appear to be in Debian sarge. Not sure about sid, my
> Internet connection is down at the moment.

Nope, but ITP'd.

Brian, I am impressed you sent this email over a downed Internet
connection! ;^>

> I have had problems with crm114 being resource intensive. In fact,
> I have had to disable it, postfix was timing out on deliveries...
> e.g. checking
> /usr/share/doc/spamassassin/examples/sample-nonspam.txt.gz took
> approx 3 minutes. The result? SPAM.

crm114 is not a spam filter. It's a classifier. You probably didn't
train it right. It needs two weeks of attention before being useful.

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