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    BrianA is offline Senior Member
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    Default Spamassassin training

    Hi,

    in my readings on spamassassin, I have read that training on a forwarded email is inappropriate, as the headers etc are not correct.

    So when I read about forwarding emails to the spam n ham users, this does not make sense.

    What would make sense is dragging the email into the spam users inbox, without a forward and subsequent change of headers.

    or have i missed something?

    Cheers

    Brian

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    You've missed something. If you want to send an email to the ham or spam accounts you forward them as an attachment, not forward the email directly. You only need to do this from a client such as Thnunderbird, in the wbe client you use the Junk & Not Junk buttons.
    Last edited by phoenix; 06-04-2008 at 10:59 PM.
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    Default ok I see.

    it makes the sense.

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