I've fed BMF a ton of old saved spam and it's doing a fairly good job of weeding out the junk so procmail and file it properly. Some mail slips through and is caught by some old(er) procmail filters; this mail is then fed in with 'bmf -s' and added to the spam lists.
Should I continue to feed it 'good' mail? That is to say, do I need to continually train BMF with good mail that ends up in my INBOX? Does BMF automatically train its self with mail that it identifies as 'good'?
Thanks for the help
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