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Re: spambayes

Frank Cox wrote:
> Has anyone used this?
> http://software.newsforge.com/print.pl?sid=06/03/24/1728247
> Comments?  Alternatives?
> It looks very cool.  Are there any up-to-date rpm packages around anywhere?
> The only ones that I could find are substantially out-of-date.

I use it with Outlook/Exchange at work, and I really like it. I've
installed it on a couple of other people's machines and they say that
it's a huge time saver.

I use Mozilla Thunderbird at home, which has built-in bayesian filtering
similar to that of SpamBayes.

I find both to be very fast and have nearly perfect accuracy after a
couple of weeks of training.

Peter Gordon (codergeek42)
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