I'm feeling stupid today - am using Eudora. Just installed SpamBayes and can't seem to get it working. I also have MailWasher but it was not running.

Anyway, the config asks for the email server URL, as well as a "port". It recommends 110, which I tried. When I check mail with Eudora, the password prompt appears. If I put in my password, it fails. I tried changeing the setting for POP server to loclahost:110 - anyone know what am I missing?

Befuddled in MN
Vern

At 09:51 AM 6/7/2004, you wrote:
On Monday 07 June 2004 13:56, Chuck Lewis wrote:
> Hi Paul,
>
> I am running Outlook and use a plug-in from SpamBayes
> http://spambayes.sourceforge.net/ and it is an open source project.

I'll second this. I have SpamBayes running as a pop filter between Domino
and my email client (Evolution) at work, and have it running (via
Procmail) over each message coming in from my email server at home.
Although I don't use it in Windows, I've heard very good reports on the
Outlook plugin. It catches around 90-95% of the spam I get after
training. The web interface for training is very good too, and you can
have it retain copies of all pop3-proxied email to correct any
mis-classified emails later.

Regards, Martin



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