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Thread: Automatically syncing corpus between 2 computers

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    Default Automatically syncing corpus between 2 computers

    I have both a desktop and a laptop Mac. I would like to automatically keep my corpus synced between the two computers. (Actually "sync" is somewhat misleading, as I only need the sync to go in one direction (desktop -> laptop).

    I already have a Unix shell script that I wrote that syncs my files using the "rsync" command line tool. Searching around my home directory, I found the file HOME/Library/Application Support/SpamSieve/Corpus.corpus. If I instruct my script to copy this file to the other computer, then is this sufficient? Do I need to copy over any of the other files in the above directory (e.g. History.db, Notes, False Negatives, etc.)?

    Thanks in advance for your help.

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    The training data is stored in Corpus.corpus and in Rules, so I think you should copy at least those two files. Make sure that SpamSieve is not running on either Mac during the copy.

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