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Thread: MailMate not learning whitelist or blocklist

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Tsai View Post
    What does SpamSieve’s log say the score is (the number in parentheses after “Predicted:”)?
    Nothing! See attached.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AsafKeller View Post
    Nothing! See attached.
    You seem to have filtered the “Predicted” lines out of the log. Try searching it as described here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Tsai View Post
    You seem to have filtered the “Predicted” lines out of the log. Try searching it as described here.
    Are these relevant?

    Predicted: Good (1)
    Subject: IronPort Spam Quarantine Notification
    From: Quarantine@limbo.umaryland.edu
    Identifier: h8REZ3oyXnGxZJm5T5DwPg==
    Reason: (
    "Quarantine@limbo.umaryland.edu"
    ) matched rule <From (address) Is Equal to "Quarantine@limbo.umaryland.edu"> in SpamSieve whitelist
    Date: 2016-02-24 07:00:54 -0500 (EST)

    Mistake: False Positive
    Subject: IronPort Spam Quarantine Notification
    Identifier: Lpc1hEGit6PQzSydSuFYiQ==
    Classifier: Bayesian
    Score: 73
    Date: 2016-04-05 08:04:23 -0400 (EDT)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsafKeller View Post
    Are these relevant?
    They don’t seem to be related to the messages that you were talking about before. And neither of them has a score of 100.

    Secondly, it’s probably not a good idea to have SpamSieve filter quarantine digests from your server spam filter. Those messages are not spam, but you don’t really want to train SpamSieve that all the words in them are good. In Mail, I would recommend creating a rule, above the SpamSieve rule, that matches those messages and does “Stop Evaluating Rules.” I’m not sure at the moment how to do this with MailMate. One option might be to have the messages filtered on the server to a separate mailbox so that they don’t arrive in the inbox.

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