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This package includes support for text and libdb formats.
See "A Plan for Spam" <http://www.paulgraham.com/spam.html> by Paul Graham for further information.
bmf -- Bayesian Mail Filter About bmf ========= This is a mail filter which uses the Bayes algorithm as explained in Paul Graham's article "A Plan for Spam". It aims to be faster, smaller, and more versatile than similar applicatios. Implementation is ANSI C and uses POSIX functions. Supported platforms are (in theory) all POSIX systems. Support for win32 is undecided. This project provide more»
BMF(1) BMF(1) NAME bmf - efficient Bayesian mail filter SYNOPSIS bmf [-t] [-n] [-s] [-N] [-S] [-f fmt] [-d db] [-i file] [-k n] [-m type] [-p] [-v] [-V] [-h] DESCRIPTION bmf is a Bayesian mail filter. In its normal mode of opera‐ tion, it takes an email message or other text on standard more»
BMFCONV(1) BMFCONV(1) NAME bmfconv - Database converter for bmf SYNOPSIS bmfconv [-f fmt] [-d db] [-e] [-i] [-v] [-h] DESCRIPTION bmfconv converts bmf token databases between the supported formats. It can import flat text files into databases and export databases into flat text files. PLEASE NO more»
bmf (0.9.4-9) unstable; urgency=low * debian/patches - (30): Revise. Instead of PATH_MAX allo more»
Revision history for bmf: 0.9.4: 20 Oct 2002 * Remove X-RBL-Warning from ignored headers. 0.9.4pr more»
* Make extrema size configurable, and default to ~5% of tokens. * Teach lexer about multiline MIME h more»
Format: http://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/copyright-format/1.0 Upstream-Name: bmf Upstream more»