*To*: "Debian User" <debian-user@lists.debian.org>*Subject*: Re: Verify that spamc is using Bayesian?*From*: "Benedict Verheyen" <linux4bene@pandora.be>*Date*: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 16:06:12 +0200 (CEST)*Message-id*: <[🔎] 2028.213.193.180.46.1066831572.squirrel@camelot.ddts.net>*In-reply-to*: <[🔎] 20031022033502.GA7280@peakpeak.com>*References*: <[🔎] 20031018164742.GA17290@shorty.ca> <[🔎] 20031018215240.GA6528@ylayali.net> <[🔎] 20031022030249.GD3293@shorty.ca> <[🔎] 20031022033502.GA7280@peakpeak.com>

I think you can see if spamassassin is doing a system wide bayes check by looking at the file bayes_msgcount. In my /etc/spamassassin/local.cf i specified /var/mail/.spamassassin/bayes as the bayes database. I also specified use_bayes 1 and auto_learn 1 and whenever i receive emails the size of the bayes_msgcount increases so i guess it works. Strange is that i also don't see a bayes_00 mentioned in the X-Spam-Status: test section. However, i'm inclined to think that the system uses the bayes checking. Benedict

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