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On Sunday 31 August 2003 09:44 pm, Helgi Örn Helgason wrote:
On 2003-08-31, David Herman wrote:
I set up a filter in kmail to use spamc to sort
out spam mails and
its working well - except for the horrible slowdown while spamc
does its job.
I don't use KMail but I did have this very same problem in my
configuration, what changed all that for me was putting my trusted
recipients as whitelisted in ./spamassassin/user_prefs like that:
for example. All mailing lists and the trusted addresses you receive
the most mail from don't need to be filtered by SpamAssassin, it
takes a lot of time to chew.
Thanks for the tip, I'll try it.
I was under the impression that by having spamassasin as my last filter
(second to last) all of my other filters would have done their jobs so
there would only be a few messages left for spamassasin to check.
The main problem is that when spamassasin (spamc) goes to work then
kmail refuses to refresh its window (and allow me to continue reading
mail) until the filter process finishes, perhaps there is a way I can
run spamc at a lower priority/higher nice value?
thanks again for your idea
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