carbonnb at gmail.com
Wed Jul 26 21:59:17 CDT 2006
On 7/26/06, Andy Lacey <andy at minstersystems.co.uk> wrote: > Does anyone else using K9 get odd spells where it just seems to let > everything through? I'm in such a spell at the moment. Just received 8 > emails. It scored 4 of them as over 80% spam likelihood but still didn't > classify them as spam, when on other occasions it would have. What's going > on? Others have said how great it is, and I thought so too at first once I'd > trained it, but it seems to be getting worse not better. I unfortunately had to give up K9 when my ISP decided to crawl into bed with MS and Hotmail for my e-mail servers. I had to go with secure pop and smtp connections and K9 didn't natively support secure connections. And I couldn't get the 3rd party tool that did the secure connections to work with it. Having said all that, when I used K9, I never had it have bad days like that. Once it was trained it was upwards of 98% effective with something like 7 false positives in the couple of years I used it. Sorry no help I know. -- Bryan Carbonnell - carbonnb at gmail.com Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "What a great ride!"
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