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Hi to our nicecommunity. Unfortunately i am having problems in my email account with tons of spams i need a nice anti spam programme that will help me get rid of those mseeages. I use kmail.. i have tried spamassasin but unfortunately consumes so much cpu that makes my computer useless
Well, what are the specifications of your PC? Yes, piping the mails through a filter needs CPU capacity.
I use Kmail as well with spamassasin and bogofilter. It makes sense to combine and train those two filters. Sometimes I discover spam-mails in the trash that were put there by spamassasin, some by bogofilter. Using only one program reduces the effectivity.
CRM114 and SpamBayes are available with Kmail too.
If use lots of filters, make sure these filters are on top. Otherwise another one might apply and the filter-process is aborted.
But beforehand, try to use the spam-filter of your ISP (if it has one) The one of my ISP filters about 95% of the spam-mail. This reduces the load of spam that arrives in your inbox tremendously.
Thanks a lot for your reply. Where did u learn Greek ?
My cpu is a celeron 2.0Ghz and with spamassasin simple i cant control my pc for some minutes
So whatever u suggest me plz make sure it does not need many cpu cycles to work well
When i have installed spamassasin i have tried to find out an optimization spamassasin guide but unfortunately never found one
Any suggestions how to
a)use kmail with spamassasin
b)make spamassasin work really fast?
Otherwise i will need another programme
kde and spamassissin do not "work together" they have nothing in common. you say you've tried spamassassin but not said a single thing about HOW you used it... i hope you've actually read some documentation for once? http://spamassassin.apache.org/doc.html
Sorry i meant kmail with spamassasin. I need the tutorial u gave me and plz suggest me what to read. I want something simple and easy to use,, and i think the tutorial u gave me doesnoit help to that direction
try the documentations (Getting Started or something) on the SA website
I also agree that SA can be very fast. In fact, I am running a close-to-default installation of SA on my Pentium III server (underclocked to 300mhz!) and it runs quite well. But of course, it depends on the volume of email you get, too.