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Bayesian Filter Questions
  Posted by  Scott Baxter  on Thursday, April 29, 2004 at 9:58:35 PM (EST)
Ok, so what does the *APPEAL* and *REQUEST* actually do?

If the filter learns, why do these get sent.

Can I do anything with them?

How is an update request handled?
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Friday, April 30, 2004 at 10:25:23 AM (EST)
http://support.software602.com/products/ls2004/installation.asp?id=6.1

Bayesian filter is updated automatically and an appeal note is sent to the Anti-spam account: Anyone can teach the Bayesian filter Junk and Not Junk messages, but the Anti-spam account will be notified and can reverse the process if necessary. This setting provides good flexibility with a moderate amount of control. Be careful, the time between a user update and administrator intervention could generate false-positives in the meantime.

A Bayesian filter update request is sent to the Anti-spam account: Anyone can nominate a message as Junk or Not Junk. This setting provides the least flexibility but with the most amount of control. An administrator will need to login to the Anti-spam account through the Web Mail Client and classify each message as Junk or Not Junk manually.
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