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Old 14 Jul 2017, 02:47 AM   #6
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A long time ago, I set up Spam and Ham classification folders. The idea was that you would move (or copy if using an IMAP client) false-positives/negatives to the correct classification folder and Spam Assassin would learn from them.

Unless it no longer works that way (and nobody told me), wouldn't moving/copying a false-positive from a friend to the Ham folder prevent future messages from being misclassified by SA?

If so, belatedly moving/copying all past false positives to the Ham folder should still work.

I suppose that it could also taint SA's corpus without an equivalent number of false-negatives.

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