Re: Is running spamassin on a home server a waste? (was ... Re: TCP/IP over Bluetooth)
> My scripts copy all new non-spam to a ham directory which is fed to
> sa-learn every night and then the contents of both the ham and the
> spam directories are deleted.
> IIRC, it seems pointless feeding your mail through a spam filter
> if you're downloading it from your ISP/email provider.
Newsguy does the usual SMTP-time stuff and has effective filters: they
probably catch ten times as much stuff as I see with my filters turned
off. However their filters are not individualized and I doubt that I
would be satisfied with a system intended for the below-average user
even if they were. My filters are down right now because my server died
and I'm seeing twenty or thirty spams a day. When I replace the server
and get Spamassassin retrained I will se an average of less than one.
Elmwood, WI USA