September 30, 2010
The Bayesian filter included in our antispam engines can be trained in two ways: a) by running bdsafe on a set of known spam/ham e-mails, b) via the Spam Submit feature. In this article, we will focus on Spam Submit and the steps that need to be taken in order to set it up.
First, you need to add two accounts to your mail server, the spam user account and the ham user account. The spam account is used to feed the BitDefender Bayes filter with spam messages and the ham account with legitimate messages. Second, you need to configure BitDefender Security for Mail Servers to fetch the emails from those two accounts via a POP3 server, by using either bdsafe or the BitDefender Remote Administration interface. (more…)