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#15 Message Counters

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2003-10-15
2003-10-15
Adam Yoder
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In addition to the __COUNT__ node stored in the
database, I would like spamprobe to store counters like:

__GOOD__, __SPAM__, __FALSE-NEG__, __FALSE-POS__

for fast and easy reporting.

__GOOD__ and __SPAM__ would be incremented
appropriately when messages are scanned, except when
the checksum indicates that they have already been
scanned. __FALSE-NEG__ or __FALSE-POS__ would be
incremented, and __GOOD__ and __SPAM__ adjusted by
the "spamprobe good" and "spamprobe spam" commands
when a matching checksum is found.

Maybe some command-line options to display and reset
the counters would be a good addition too.

The counters may go astray when the checksums are
cleared by cleanup, and there are surely other issues I
haven't considered. What I'm really after is a quick way
to see the volume of messages and corrections going
through.

Discussion

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    This would be good! Each time a mail is reclassified (matching
    MD5 but dismatching spam/nonspam type) the corresponding
    field could be increased.