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faq:howmanybuckets [2008/02/08 19:49]
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faq:howmanybuckets [2009/03/23 20:31] (current)
xuesheng Add link to statistics page as it shows how many buckets some users have
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====== What's the minimum and maximum number of buckets POPFile can support? ====== ====== What's the minimum and maximum number of buckets POPFile can support? ======
-POPFile must have a minimum of two buckets which, most often, are named //spam// and //allowed// or //spam// and //inbox//.  Note that "unclassified" is not counted as one of the two minimum buckets.  "Unclassified" is only used by POPFile when it cannot make a solid determination as to which bucket an email should be assigned. There is, effectively, no maximum number of buckets. +POPFile must have a minimum of two buckets which, most often, are named //spam// and //allowed// or //spam// and //inbox//.  Note that "unclassified" is not counted as one of the two minimum buckets.  "Unclassified" is only used by POPFile when it cannot make a solid determination as to which bucket an email should be assigned. 
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 +There is, effectively, no maximum number of buckets. Some users report how many buckets they are using and these reports are summarised on the [[http://getpopfile.org/popfile_stats.html | POPFile Real-Time Statistics]] page
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