I’ve paid for SpamSieve, and it’s about the best $30 I’ve ever spent.
After using SpamSieve for two or three weeks, it’s very well trained.
Yesterday, I switched to a new host for my domain name and email accounts. The new host uses spamAssasin, so it puts SpamAssasin spam scores in the headers. The old host didn’t use SpamAssasin, so SpamSieve probably doesn’t consider SpamAssasin scores at this point. Naturally, I want SpamAssasin to take that information into account when screening mail.
Will SpamAssasin automatically start considering SpamAssasin scores? Will it work out better in the long run if I re-set the filter now, and re-train it?
Is it possible to write my own filter rules? If so, how would I write a rule that considers SpamAssasin scores?