List Archive: gentoo-trustees
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Thanks for the tip. I'm not in the cron group on emu, but I'm manually
running sa-learn on my accumulated 17,000 spam emails now. Should be good
enough to start :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joshua Brindle [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Saturday, May 08, 2004 4:14 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [gentoo-trustees] Losing access to dev.gentoo.org
> Deedra Waters wrote:
> > I see no reason why daniel can't keep his email address
> and a shell
> > on emu. In all honesty, I'm a bit surprised that that was pulled in
> > the first place conciddering that the nfp is still being
> set up, he
> > still runs the store, and he is gentoo's founder even
> though he is no longer a dev.
> > I'm not saying that we should let all former devs keep their
> > email/shells, but in this case, I think that an exception
> should be made.
> I agree, in any case his @gentoo.org address is still used
> for business (ours and his own) and needs to be maintained,
> granted it's still enabled but he must be able to configure
> it to be productive (ie: free of spam)..
> Also, just as a side note, Daniel, you might find it useful
> to make a 'Spam' imap folder and place all your spam there
> and cron a sa-learn --spam .maildir/.Spam/cur .. that will
> give the bayesian filter a good seed to filter spam that the
> rules don't catch (and requires nothing more than to drop
> uncaught spam into the folder on the client side), I do this
> and it is far more effective than relying only on the SA rules.
> Joshua Brindle
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