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    Default kmail+spamassassin => almost all are spam or all are ham !

    opensuse 42.3

    case kmail + spamassassin filters (installed by kmail assistant)

    all messages are ham

    case kmail + spamc/spamd filters (installed by kmail assistant)

    almost all messages are spam

    another phenomenon : some message does not contents any spam report

    if someone has any solution ?
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    Default Re : kmail+spamassassin => almost all are spam or all are ham !

    i had no problem with pop3 account with 42.2.
    when i updated to 42.3 i choose to use an imap account.

    i assume this : kmail filters with imap account do not run well.
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    Default Re : kmail+spamassassin => almost all are spam or all are ham !

    i deleted all kmail filters created by kmail anti-spam assistant installer then reinstalled with same assistant spamssassin filters
    then
    no more problem !

    this time i assume filter editor which writes statements somewhere in a text (?) file is a bit buggy.
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    Question Re: kmail+spamassassin => almost all are spam or all are ham !

    Did you carefully remove all the data collected by SpamAssassin before reconfiguring KMail to use the spamc/spamd components of SpamAssassin?

    Reading your post has made me very happy that, I use (self-learning) "Bogofilter" for Spam detection.

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    Default Re : Re: kmail+spamassassin => almost all are spam or all are ham !

    Quote Originally Posted by dcurtisfra View Post
    Did you carefully remove all the data collected by SpamAssassin before reconfiguring KMail to use the spamc/spamd components of SpamAssassin?
    i did not remove data collected by spamassassin

    to be complete

    i recreated filters
    and
    in /etc/syconfig/spamd in statement
    Code:
    SPAMD_ARGS="-d -c" -L
    i remove "-L" then restart spamd

    see explanation here
    https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...stalling-pyzor
    or
    https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...stalling-razor
    or
    https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...installing-dcc
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    Default Re : Re: kmail+spamassassin => almost all are spam or all are ham !

    Quote Originally Posted by dcurtisfra View Post
    Reading your post has made me very happy that, I use (self-learning) "Bogofilter" for Spam detection.
    to be honest i use spamassassin since many many years (since i use Mandrake !) with satisfaction. spamassassin is efficient.

    to be critical i would say spamassassin is dedicated to pro for a server usage not to current user with his pc because knowledge ramp to use it is very steep thus a good settings is hard to understand .

    if you add that kmail assistant makes some errors then it is very hard.
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    Default Re : kmail+spamassassin => almost all are spam or all are ham !

    i forget to say that kmail assistant creates a spam management filter which is not good :
    filter condition is "X-Spam-Flag = yes" it must be (with spamassassin 3.4.1) "X-Spam-Flag = YES"
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    Default Re: Re : kmail+spamassassin => almost all are spam or all are ham !

    Quote Originally Posted by promeneur View Post
    filter condition is "X-Spam-Flag = yes" it must be (with spamassassin 3.4.1) "X-Spam-Flag = YES"
    Then, a Bug Report is needed against KDE KMail2: <https://bugs.kde.org/>.
    You'll need the KMail2 version:
    Code:
     > kmail --version
    kmail2 5.5.2
     >
    (Which is different to the RPM package version: 17.04.2-3.1.)

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    Default Re : kmail+spamassassin => almost all are spam or all are ham !

    Then, a Bug Report is needed against KDE KMail2
    i am fed up of reporting regression bug.

    You'll need the KMail2 version: 5.5.2
    it's easier to change "yes" by "YES". no ?
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    Default Re: Re : kmail+spamassassin => almost all are spam or all are ham !

    Quote Originally Posted by promeneur View Post
    i am fed up of reporting regression bug.
    KDE Bug Report number 389908 has been submitted. <https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=389908>

    Yes, at least in the initial phases, it's easier to change the value in '~/.config/akonadi_mailfilter_agentrc' to "YES".

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