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rspamc: Train the bayesian filter to recognise an email as ham.
$ rspamc learn_ham ${path-to-email_file}
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The command "rspamc learn_ham ${path-to-email_file}" is used to train the Rspamd spam filter by marking an email as legitimate (ham).

Here's an explanation of each component of the command:

  • "rspamc": This is the command-line client for Rspamd, an advanced spam filtering system.
  • "learn_ham": This is a specific command within rspamc used to train Rspamd by providing an example of legitimate (non-spam) email.
  • "${path-to-email_file}": This is a placeholder that should be replaced with the actual path to the email file you want to mark as ham. It specifies the location of the email content that will be used for training.

By executing this command with the actual path to the email file, Rspamd will analyze the provided email and update its spam filter rules accordingly, improving its accuracy in recognizing legitimate emails.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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