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CRM114 is not just another drop-in spam-filtering system; its Sparse Binary Polynomial Hashing methods give it the power to develop highly accurate Bayesian filters on very little training.
CRM114 is compatible with SpamAssassin or other spam-flagging software; it can also be pipelined in front of or behind procmail. CRM114 is also useful as a syslog or firewall log filter, to flag up important events but ignore the ones that aren't meaningful.
For mail filtering, installing metamail or mew-bin packages is recommended in order to have tools to decode MIME attachments.
crm114 for Debian ----------------- crm114 is a case of "the source is the documentation"; please see /usr/share/crm114 for additional examples and documentation. Many files are well-commented. -- John Goerzen <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Tue, 21 Jan 2003 15:49:23 -0600 crm114 provides scripts ready for immediate use in /usr/share/crm114/. Other example scripts are available in /usr/share/doc/cr more»
# # README - master README for CRM114 # # Copyright 2009 William S. Yerazunis. # This file is under GPLv3, as described in COPYING. # Congratulations!!! You got this far. First things first. THIS SOFTWARE IS LICENSED UNDER THE GNU PUBLIC LICENSE IT MAY BE POORLY TESTED. IT MAY CONTAIN VERY NASTY BUGS OR MISFEATURES. THERE IS NO WARRANTY. THERE IS NO WARRANTY W more»
crm114 (20090807-1) unstable; urgency=low crm114 20090807 makes older .css files incompatible at least on some architectures. Your current .css files may stop working correctly after the upgrade and you have to recreate them from scratch (possibly using your mailreaver cache). Also note that crm114 won't proceed with its Debian package upgrade until you confirm it can do so. more»
# # FAQ.txt - The CRM114 and CRM114 Mailfilter FAQ # # Copyright 2006-2009 William S. Yerazunis. # T more»
crm(1) CRM114 crm(1) NAME crm - The Contr more»
cssdiff(1) CRM114 cssdiff(1) NAME cssdiff - gener more»
cssutil(1) CRM114 cssutil(1) NAME cssutil - util more»
crm114 (20100106-3) unstable; urgency=low * Dutch debconf translation added (Jeroen Schot); close more»