Bayesian spam filter
This package provides a spam filter based on the article 'A Plan for Spam'
by Paul Graham. It uses a database (either BerkeleyDB or a simpler hash
file) to store one- and two-word phrases. Only certain headers are analyzed
and HTML tags are ignored to prevent false positives of legitimate HTML
emails. Image attachments are considered as words that can signal spam. It
can be simply integrated with procmail or maildrop to filter spam on
HOWTO use SpamProbe with maildrop.
maildrop is a mail-filtering package, somewhat similar to procmail, but
more robust and with a clearer syntax. It is available as part of the
"Courier" mail package or standalone from
This document shows two examples for your ~/.mailfilter that make use
Note For First Time Users
Per default spamprobe uses the directory ~/.spamprobe to store
its database when no directory is specified with the -d option.
IT DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY CREATE DIRECTORIES when they don't
exist. Either you create the directory where you want the
database to reside with mkdir before invoking spamprobe or
spamprobe (1.4b-1) unstable; urgency=low
Spamprobe now scans image attachments to score mails. Properties of
the image are used as words that can be classified as spam or
not. That allows to classify as spam mails including attachments
used in previous spams.
This version includes support for Maildir mailboxes. Commands
accepting mailbox pathes now accept MBOX, MBX and Maildir bo
SPAMPROBE(1) User commands SPAMPROBE(1)
spamprobe - A Ba
spamprobe (1.4d-7+b1) unstable; urgency=low
* Binary-only non-maintainer upload for kfreebsd-amd6
2006-11-16 Brian Burton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Released as 1.4d
* configure.ac: Added a
This package was debianized by Eric Dorland <email@example.com> on
Thu, 12 Dec 2002 01:36:07 -0500.
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