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hints:teaching_system_recognize_spam_not [2021/03/06 15:19]
admin [Teaching the system to recognize spam or not-spam]
hints:teaching_system_recognize_spam_not [2021/03/06 21:07] (current)
admin [How you can teach the system]
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 If you are forwarding a single message to <spamtrap@rahul.net> or <hamtrap@rahul.net>, you can send it as an attachment or you can use the **bounce** or **resend** feature of some mail clients. All of these are equally good. If you are forwarding a single message to <spamtrap@rahul.net> or <hamtrap@rahul.net>, you can send it as an attachment or you can use the **bounce** or **resend** feature of some mail clients. All of these are equally good.
  
-A normal forward not as an attachment often does not include the complete headers, so might not be as useful (but it's still better than nothing).+A normal forward not as an attachment often does not include the complete headers, so it is less usefulbut it's still better than nothing.
  
 **Budget your time.** Life is short. Spend no more than, say, 2–3 minutes per week sending spam or ham. You can do it once a week, or you could spend just 5–10 seconds a day quickly forwarding two or three selected messages. **Budget your time.** Life is short. Spend no more than, say, 2–3 minutes per week sending spam or ham. You can do it once a week, or you could spend just 5–10 seconds a day quickly forwarding two or three selected messages.
hints/teaching_system_recognize_spam_not.txt · Last modified: 2021/03/06 21:07 by admin