Re: How long does Firefox for Linux take to learn about junk?
From: Alexander Skwar (alexander_at_skwar.name)
Date: Fri, 13 May 2005 00:23:31 +0200
· Andrew Preater <email@example.com>:
> * Jean-David Beyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Thunderbird already marks all non-spam and not junk by defult,
>> so the button does not exist: you get only one button.
> The "not spam button" is a menu item under Mark when you
> right-click a message. Now, I thought you had to train
> Thunderbird about 'not junk', this suggests you do:
> Is this incorrect?
No, it is not.
> I suspect most people already have mail
> (imported, on an imap server, or whatever) when they start using
> Thunderbird / Mozilla Mail, i.e. a healthy collection of ham
> Does the Bayes filter look at existing mailboxes and mark
> it all as 'not junk', or something?
No, it does not.
> I'm not nitpicking, I just don't understand the point of a Bayes
> filter if you can't teach it.
Yep. That's why you can teach the Tb/Moz filter :)
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