The Grumpy Editor's guide to bayesian spam filters
Posted Feb 23, 2006 0:20 UTC (Thu) by dlang
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unfortunantly you missed popfile (which just released 0.22.4 today)
it is more then just a spam/ham filter, it can filter into many different catagories (there are people who use it to filter into >50 catagories)
it started out as a pop3 filter, but now will also do SMTP and NNTP as well as providing a XMLRPC and IMAP interfaces.
it's IMAP interface is fairly unique in that it doesn't act as a proxy between your mail client and the mail server, instead it acts as a client itself and watches your inbox, automaticaly moving messages into subfolders for you (and you train it by moving messages to the proper subfolder from wherever they get put by popfile).
Popfile provides a web interface to reclassify messages and do other configuration tasks (IMAP users won't bother with this much once they set it up)
more info at
http://popfile.sourceforge.net/ or http://sourceforge.net/projects/popfile/
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