a fast Bayesian spam filter (common files)
This package implements a fast Bayesian spam filter along the lines suggested
by Paul Graham in his article "A Plan For Spam".
This version substantially improves on Paul's proposal by doing smarter
lexical analysis. In particular, hostnames and IP addresses are retained
as recognition features rather than broken up. Various kinds of MTA
cruft such as dates and message-IDs are discarded so as not to bloat
the word lists.
Bogofilter -- fast Bayesian spam filtering
# $Id: README 6666 2007-07-23 11:12:00Z m-a $
1. What is Bogofilter?
3. Installing Bogofilter
4. How to contribute
5. How to request features
6. Building & Installing Bogofilter from Source Tarball or SVN
b. Building & Installing
d. Changing Bogofilter
If mutt's pipe_decode option is on, information will be lost when piping
messages to bogofilter. This is the default in the distributed
/etc/Muttrc. It is HIGHLY recommended that this be turned off.
BERKELEY DB ENVIRONMENT CODE
$Id: README.db 6681 2007-08-15 23:21:40Z m-a $
This document does not apply when you are installing a bogofilter
version that has been configured to use the QDBM or SQLite3
database libraries. Common entry points are these
Upgrade of Berkeley DB or operating system section 2.6
Switching transactions on or off
SQLITE3 DATABASE DRIVER FOR BOGOFILTER
$Id: README.sqlite 67
$Id: README.validation 3771 2003-12-17 14:43:19Z relson $
The bogofilter package will validate its
Files in this directory
README.contrib - the file you are now reading.
It seems that training bogofilter on its errors _only_ is a very good
way to train, at least with th
bogofilter (1.1.5-3) unstable; urgency=low
* If this is a new installation, or if you are upgradi
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