Re: [listmaster] Lowering SA score for your list
On Fri Oct 05, 2007 at 07:58:54 -0400, Ricardo Yanez wrote:
> > On 04.10.07 15:55, Martin Zobel-Helas wrote:
> >> some listmasters are currently monitoring the amount of spam to your
> >> list, and see quite a big amount of spam coming to your list.
> >> Since beginning of September we have the possibility to set SA scores
> >> per list. I hereby would like to ask, if it makes sence for you, that we
> >> lower the SA score from now 3.6 pts to 3.4 points and see what happens.
> >> Be aware that lowering the score by .2 points might risk in having more
> >> false possitives, which then would not appear on the lists.
> >> Please report back to firstname.lastname@example.org if you think that this is
> >> reasonable. Please reach consensus on the list first.
> > I personally think that spam fight should be done on the global level, I'm
> > subscribed to many lists so a bit less mail oin one of them would not help
> > me.
> Me too. Hooking the MTA to spamhaus and other blacklists would certainly
> On the local level, I have found using bayes tokens to be very efficient
> and actually allows me to increase SA scores, lowering the probability of
> false positives. When my bayesian database is robust enough I even set
> BAYES_99 to 12.0, giving spam messages scores above rejection. This lowers
> the CPU usage considerably.
JFTR: All of the above mentioned things are allready done.
[root@debian /root]# man real-life
No manual entry for real-life