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Spamassassin Bayesian - Export HAM & SPAM from the one server to import to a new server

I had a Ubuntu server running postfix and MailScanner doing scanning of the mail using spamassassin.. We have been feeding it HAM/SPAM for over a year now and had a problem where we needed to reload the server.

I used a new HDD to load the server so I have the old HDD with all the files.. is there a way to get the HAM/SPAM from the old drive to teach the new server?

Any help is appreciated..
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DMTechGrooup
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robocatCommented:

You need to locate where the bayesian database is kept: usually this can be determined from the SA config file.
Mount the filesystem from the old HDD, then copy the files (bayes_toks, bayes_seen, bayes_journal) from the old HD to the same location on your new configuration.

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