Using bogofilter via KMail's anti-spam wizrd
maurice at bcs.org.uk
Sun Oct 16 21:00:13 BST 2016
On Sun, 16 Oct 2016 19:42:11 +0200, Werner Joss wrote:
>> How does one know that it has 'caught' a spam email?
> look at the headers of the email.
> they should contain something like this:
> X-Bogosity: Spam, tests=bogofilter, spamicity=0.999051, version=1.2.4
> not sure what you mean with 'bogofilter's folder' - is that your
> spam folder ?
> if yes: this is not where bogofilter stores what it classifies as spam,
> that is in ~/.bogofilter/wordlist.db (a berkeley database file)
So if it stores the email *it* has detected as Spam ŧhere, how do I get
to look at them to conform they are truly Spam, i,e, how can I see the:
"X-Bogosity: Spam, tests=bogofilter, spamicity=0.999051, version=1.2.4"
that you mention, as wordlist.db is not a clear-text file?
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