Re: false positives on bl.spamcop.net renders it useless
nobody at nowhere.invalid
Mon Jan 30 16:37:47 EST 2006
On 30 Jan 2006 06:28:16 -0600, Larry Kilgallen coughed into spamcop and
left this in <3CjMtooSbUaz at eisner.encompasserve.org>:
>> I was unaware of this, and I think it's a poor approach to the problem
>> if you *start* with CPU-intensive methods instead of falling back on
>> them when all other CPU-light methods fail.
> Your reasoning only holds if CPU time is the dearest resource.
Processing is usually the *longest* step, and time is money. Therefore,
CPU-intensive operations such as feeding a mail through SpamAssassin
*are* usually the dearest resource.
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