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On Thursday, December 1, 2011, 10:11:35 AM, Darxus Darxus wrote:
> On 12/01, Jeff Chan wrote:
>> Also keep in mind that PH has a generally low score even for net
>> + bayes since it doesn't hit a large portion of spam in the SA
> No. Scores are not determined by how many spams a rule hits. Scores are
> automatically generated to correctly flag as many spams as possible
> without exceeding 1 false positive in every 2500 hams (with a
> required_score of 5).
> Stated in
> (a file you get via sa-update)
> So it's entirely possible to have a rule that hits a very small percentage
> of spam with a very large score.
Thanks for the correction. I actually knew that but remembered
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