While installing the DSPAM software at one of the people who use my setup (yes I will help you install if the task might look to daunting for you) I considered making the training script more dummy proof. In the first version of the script you had to separate out the tagged spam from the false negatives (missed spam email) because the script didn’t separate them. But the new version does, you can just use the Junk filter in your mail program to move everything to the Junk folder and only the unidentified spam will be fed to DSPAM for retraining.

Read all about it on the script training page.

Next up will be to deliver the identified spam email into a quarantine folder which will empty all email after a certain time. As we still need to check if DSPAM was too eager in to identify regular mail as spam, although I haven’t seen this happen on my server.