aweber at comcast
Jan 5, 2012, 5:49 AM
Post #3 of 5
Yes, I still have other rules enabled. I have found the Cloudmark product to
be extremely accurate, and really my question is specific to whether "razor
== cloudmark" or to what extent they are related and how, so I can better
understand the results I'm seeing.
Thanks for the reply,
Martin Hepworth-2 wrote:
> Of course razor2 checks only provide part of the score to SA , have you
> checked the other rules fired on that email and the nothing else is
> the score down?
> On Thursday, 5 January 2012, AJ Weber <aweber [at] comcast> wrote:
>> I am testing the Razor2 plugin and am surprised that some "obvious" spam
>> getting through. The reason I'm most surprised is that the SA install
>> (3.3.1) seems to be checking the message with Razor2 and passing it.
>> However, I have "Cloudmark Desktop One" running on my PC, and when the
>> message gets to my PC, that client flags it as spam immediately.
>> Can someone tell me the relationship between Razor2 and Cloudmark? It
>> appears to be somewhat supported by the same people. So is the Razor
>> purposely not refreshed as often in order to sell Cloudmark Authority
>> I was sort of thinking it all used the same reference-db, but maybe not.
>> (If they DO, then I have some follow-on questions about how to debug why
>> Razor2 plugin is not flagging a message that Cloudmark One is flagging
>> milliseconds later.)
>> Thanks for any info on the above and any troubleshooting techniques that
>> can share.
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