Spamassassin has failed me; what do I do?
November 10, 2006 1:04 AM Subscribe
What's the state of the art in installable spam filters for Unix mail hosts? Spamassassin has failed me.
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posted by Nelson to computers & internet (18 answers total) 5 users marked this as a favorite
you guys convinced me not to use a challenge-response system for spam filtering. In the meantime my spamassassin setup has failed
to the point that 80% of the mail that makes it through my filter is still spam. It's intolerable. What can I do?
I'm running postfix and dovecot on a Debian Linux box. I've got spamassassin set up with bayesian filtering, razor, pyzor, and am running sa-update regularly. 85% of my incoming mail is filtered as spam immediately, but 80% of the remainder is still spam. I'm a software engineer and capable of doing all sorts of hacks, but I'm just looking for something simple that I can just install and be done with it.