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Centralizing SpamAssassin token files

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by vankel, Jun 23, 2006.

  1. vankel

    vankel Guest

    i am currently using plesk 7.5.6

    i realized that currently every domain user has its own spamassassin token files for the bayesian filter located in:

    C:\Documents and Settings\[user]\.spamassassin

    i believe what this means is every domain has its own history for bayesian filtering and the MTA pickup event memailfilter.exe will use individual token files to check for respective domains

    there are two questions:

    1) who is using the token files under "Default User" (C:\Documents and Settings\Default User\.spamassassin)?

    2) can i simply centralize the token files? i already have a large collection of spams and hams, and i wish to manually learn my spamassassin with sa-learn... now it seems that i will have to manually learn for each and every user in my server... this will be time consuming and will also waste my server space

  2. renleon

    renleon Guest

    I wish to do the same thing.

    I would rather everyone used the same rules.

    Ive been looking to see if its possible to train the entire system rather than a single mailbox, ive yet to find an answer.