Posted 28 April 2004 - 11:38 PM
Posted 29 April 2004 - 07:35 AM
It does exactly what its name indicates - recalculates the junk score
based on the information that is currently in the data files for the
antispam plugins. If you use it without having changed the contents of the
antispam data files, the results are generally going to be that the
message gets the same score it got originally, so it isn't going to do
anything noticable. If you go through your messages and use "junk" and
"not junk" on the ones that are identified incorrectly to train
SpamWatch and then select some messages and use "recalculate junk score"
you should get different results in some cases.
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