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Old 22nd June 2006, 06:49
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ohkay, few questions

i have installed postfix with spamassian and clamav, along with RBL spam blacklists,

what else can i do in the way of increasing my spam detection?

i notice that spam is still filtering through and they are getting a very low spam score of around 1ish and my filter is set to 3,

how can i get my system more secure from spam? is there a way where it can teach itself over time whats spam and whats not?

any suggestions anyone?
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You need to train you system to recognize spam.

http://spamassassin.apache.org/full/.../sa-learn.html
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