ThunderBayes 1.0.1

This is a bugfix release. I apologize to anyone who was confused because version 1.0 did not save the ThunderBayes settings. One never can do too much testing when developing software.

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68 Responses to “ThunderBayes 1.0.1”

- Ralph Hayes

When I try to download, it tries to load onto Firefox ans says it is not compatible.

- Ray Gilsoul

Well, I downloaded it by right clicking on the link and then hitting save url as . . . I saved it to the desktop and was then able to download it properly.

- Ray Gilsoul

As to my own problem, for some reason I’m not getting anything in the Spam Probability column. I’ve had a variety of the problems listed above but have just reinstalled and seemed to have solved my problems when I very carefully go through all the instructions. I am on Windows XP sp2 and thunderbird
I do hope that the publisher starts helping folks again because it appears he worked a lot to support people in the beginning, but I guess it might not be all that rewarding for him. Even if you don’t come back, thanks for all your efforts!

- Fred

Having the same localhost and keyerror problem as Dan. It just randomly stopped working yesterday. I have no idea what changed or how to fix it.

- Jon Wolfe

I’ve just installed thunderbayes and it identifies spam right well. But how do i work the filters so that it will automatically move spam into my junk folder? also, is there a way to also make it flag it as junk so thunderbird keeps on learning?

I have the same question but could not find any answer in your website.

- Frank

Can’t configure multiple servers for multiple accounts. Changing one changes the other. Running thunderbird on vista. Any ideas?

- Kat

Frank, Go to the SpamBayes web page for your internal process, and go to the configure page. There, if you read the help text, you’ll see that you can comma delimit multiple pop servers and proxy port#’s. I believe you’d need to match your thunderbird account setting to match these proxy ports.

- spammy

Having the same sbpython.exe.log errors as Dan (January 14th). Sporadicly crashing, forgetting it’s settings, disabling itself. Works great when it works but these errors are a PITA. Would’ve been nice if there’d been better support. As it is though it looks like an “Uninstall” job may be in my near future.

- Fr33d0m

Is there no way to unmark messages it wrongly marked?

- Fr33d0m

I didn’t catch the answer above that, somewhat ham-handedly, notes that “Ham = good.” Do I really need to point out how counter-intuitive such button labeling is?

Also on my “not liked” list is the way the button defaults to ham when you click on an “unsure” email. I am sure as the trained count rises, I’ll like this default better, but for now it isn’t what I’d prefer.

Still, thanks for the great work on this fine application.

- Fr33d0m

It looks like this particular comment section has become ignored. In case I am wrong, please consider renaming the Ham button to Not Spam.

- dave

hi, i’m having the same exact problem as Dan, Fred, and Spammy above. sometimes rebooting will fix the error, but not any longer. It’s on a WinXP machine, latest updates, and latest Thunderbird 2…. it was working really well before this.

- Fred Frazelle

Well, installed Tbayes again and checked the SpamBayes page and got this as a reply…

500 Server error

Traceback (most recent call last):

File “/home/frazelle09/Documents/Thunderbird/dj6v9tra.default/extensions/{83d1f945-8280-11db-96a7-00e08161165f}/spambayes/spambayes/”, line 470, in found_terminator
getattr(plugin, name)(**params)

File “/home/frazelle09/Documents/Thunderbird/dj6v9tra.default/extensions/{83d1f945-8280-11db-96a7-00e08161165f}/spambayes/spambayes/”, line 164, in onHome

File “/home/frazelle09/Documents/Thunderbird/dj6v9tra.default/extensions/{83d1f945-8280-11db-96a7-00e08161165f}/spambayes/”, line 751, in buildStatusStrings
nspam = self.bayes.nspam

AttributeError: ‘NoneType’ object has no attribute ‘nspam’

Am now unable to access my paid Yahoo account. Am still running PCLinuxOS and was hoping this update would have fixed the previous problems, but…

Have a great evening! 🙂

- Peter Buck

Tried installation, “Thunderbayes … not compatible with Firefox 3.0.4”. Looks like the end for TB.

- Murray

I had this problem: When I deleted an e-mail the message pane went blank.

A message was displayed in the status bar “done compacting”

I had to click on another folder and click back on inbox to re-load, and then the sort order of the folder was messed up. I didn’t want to have to re-sort the inbox every time I deleted a message.

To solve this open control panel -> security centre -> Manage security settings for: Windows Firewall -> Exceptions -> sbpython -> edit -> change scope -> custom list ->,XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX/ where is your ip address.

Now thunderbayes can comunicate with spambayes, and the list of messages does not freeze when i delete mail.

This is for those who, like me, are scared something bad will happen if you allow any ip to access sbpython

- Murray

Even after fixing the firewall issue, I still have the problem with the e-mail message pane going blank. It happens less often, but still happens. Oh well, I guess I have to try the seperate installation of Spambayes, and see it it works better.

- class101

Interested to see a working Thunderbayes under your Thunderbird 3 ? feel free to vote here