[SC-Help] Re: Enlighten me on this.
MikeE at ster.invalid
Fri Jul 23 10:13:13 EDT 2004
Mike Easter wrote:
> Yes. I think it is a good strategy to hide spams from those who would
> be potentially spamcurious or spamreaders or spamconfused by
> implementing good filtering methods, and to oversee what is being
> hidden to finetune the filters.
Or, another strategy would be to create a Junk and a Suspect, both
hidden from her and separate from her Inbox.
The Junk would be based on some good spamfiltering system. Her Inbox
would be only whitelisteds. The Suspect would be non-whitelisted
non-junk. That way, you are in control of what isn't whitelisted, and
thus she should actually receive zero spam. You would use the Suspect
to finetune instead of her receiving any spam at all, that way she
doesn't have to move any spam from her Inbox to a Junk folder as I
described below, and therefore she needs to develop no discipline.
> Also, it would be good to get
> feedback on what is being missed by the filter as well as what's
> being hidden. She could move the spams into a Junk folder where you
> could examine them. Unfortunately they've been previewed, but maybe
> she could use the 'exercise' to learn the discipline of moving
> spamitems without opening them to 'read' or respond to.
kibitzer, not SC admin
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