[SURBL-Discuss] RE: 6dos data into ds.surbl.org

Raymond Dijkxhoorn raymond at prolocation.net
Wed Jul 21 03:16:55 CEST 2004


> > As for being unworkable it depends on your setup. I was tagging DS with
> > a low score, one of the great things with SpamAssassin is that you have
> > things like Bayes to combat FPs and the end result is the ham gets
> > through :)

> Ideally we'd like the FP rates to be as low as possible due
> to 100% hand checking, or some really bulletproof methodologies.
> Part of the goal is to get the FP rates low enough that people
> could feel comfortable using SURBLs with an MTA to reject
> directly at the application transport level.  (In other words
> use SURBLs before SpamAssassin ever sees the message or on a
> server with no SA.)  There is currently some MTA support which
> people may be using for personal or small company mail, but it
> would be nice if the data could be robust enough for use at an
> ISP, etc.   We won't get there with data sources that have
> relatively many FPs.

Is there a way to refresh the data ? Would make testing a little bit more 


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