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    ​***shared**    ​***shared**
  
-All users share a common token set. This may useful if you have plenty of users+All users share a common token set. This may be useful if you have plenty of users
 and they have similar email patterns or if you don't have enough disks to store and they have similar email patterns or if you don't have enough disks to store
-many individual token sets. This may result in a lower accuracy.+many individual token sets.
  
-If you want a shared database, then set //​group_type=0//​ in clapf.conf.+If you want a shared database, then set //​group_type=0//​ in clapf.conf ​(this is the default).
  
  
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 probabilities. probabilities.
  
-It offers ​great flexibility and accuracy, but requires more disk space to +It offers ​greater ​flexibility and may provide better ​accuracy, but requires 
-store the lots of tokens. If you add a new user later, the global database +more disk space to store the lots of tokens. If you add a new user later, the 
-presents a default training set, and provides out of the box filtering.<p/>+global database presents a default training set, and provides out of the box filtering.
  
 If you want a merged database, then set //​group_type=1//​ in clapf.conf. If you want a merged database, then set //​group_type=1//​ in clapf.conf.