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5.27.2.1 DSPAM Operation Modes and Flags.

The tables below summarize flags which can be used in the mode_flags argument to dspam function. The argument is a bitwise OR of operation mode, flags, tokenizer and training mode bits. Only one operation mode bit can be used. Flags, tokenizer and training mode are optional. Any number of flags, but no more than one tokenizer type and one training mode bit are allowed. Missing values will be supplied from the configuration file.

ModeMeaning
DSM_PROCESSProcess message
DSM_CLASSIFYClassify message only (do not write changes)

Table 5.2: DSPAM Operation modes

FlagMeaning
DSF_SIGNATURECreate a signature
DSF_NOISEUse Bayesian Noise Reduction
DSF_WHITELISTUse Automatic Whitelisting

Table 5.3: DSPAM flags

ConstantMeaning
DSZ_WORDUse WORD tokenizer
DSZ_CHAINUse CHAIN tokenizer
DSZ_SBPHUse SBPH tokenizer
DSZ_OSBUse OSB tokenizer

Table 5.4: DSPAM Tokenizer bits

ModeMeaning
DST_TEFTTrain Everything
DST_TOETrain-on-Error
DST_TUMTrain-until-Mature

Table 5.5: DSPAM Training Modes

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