[Mimedefang] MD or SA? Not always getting bayes_ scores

Adam Beatham adam at backboard.org
Tue Nov 23 22:03:28 EST 2004

It's a site-wide implementation, that I've had for atleast the last 18 
or so months, without any noticeable problems.  I have a feeling it 
occured when I upgraded to 3.0.1, but I can't pinpoint it.  I'm just at 
a loss as to whats going on..
I did search for any other bayes_* files, just to make sure I wasn't 
somehow using a different set of tokens than the ones I expected.. and 
there are no other ones present on my system.

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on 11/23/2004 9:43 PM Nate Carlson said the following:
> On Tue, 23 Nov 2004, Adam Beatham wrote:
>>Unfortunately, there is nothing that is just jumping out at me.  
>>permissions are fine, nothing noticeable in the logs.  and the strangest
>>piece is that it stamps some, but not others..
>>I tested with a couple pieces of mail that had no BAYES_* test/score in
>>the headers, and ran it through spamassassin -D, and then they both WERE
>>stamped with BAYES_* scores..
> Are you doing some form of per-user bayes, or global?
> Is the receipient for all the messages the same? Do certain senders get 
> bayes tagging, and not others?
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