spam filter capable of learning
A text filter that uses machine learning to classify texts into
groups. ifile works great as a spam filter. The text is classified by
a simple statistical method called Naive Bayes, which basically
considers each text an unordered collection of words and classifies
by matching the distribution with the most closely matching group
distribution. Alternatives to ifile are annoyance-filter, bogofilter,
spamoracle, and spamprobe.
ifile for Debian
There are some scripts to make various mail user agents use
ifile. See diectories:
Public domain scripts by Jens Peter Secher <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Public domain scripts by Martin Maèok <email@example.com>.
-- Jari Aalto <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sat, 28 Nov 2009 10:37:47 +0000
This package contains shell scripts that allows ifile to be used in standard
unix e-mail environment - i.e. with procmail and standard unix mailboxes
Q: What is ifile? How does it work?
A: Visit http://www.nongnu.org/ifile/ and read it.
Shortly: You can use it for e-mail filtering (automatic sorting emails
to right folders). I use it for SPAM filtering.
README for metamail integration with ifile.
These scripts were written by Jens Peter Secher <email@example.com> in
2002. I hereby grant everyone an unconditional, irrevocable
royalty-free, non-exclusive, world-wide license to any copyright on
the work I may have in any jurisdiction; this license includes the
right to prepare, distribute and sublicense modified and/or derived
IFILE(1) User Commands IFILE(1)
ifile - core exe
ifile (1.3.9-6) unstable; urgency=low
- (Build-Depends): Rm dpkg-dev; not ne
2009-12-04 Jason Rennie
* release 1.3.9
* opts.c: set argp_program_bug_address to NULL
Mon, 10 Sep 2005 20:43 +0200
- Changed ksh to bash. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 8 Mar 2002 09:57:06 +01
Browse inside ifile_1.3.9-6_armel.deb