qsf 1.2.7-1.3build3 source package in Ubuntu


qsf (1.2.7-1.3build3) eoan; urgency=medium

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Robie Basak on 2019-08-12
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Nelson A. de Oliveira
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Focal release on 2019-10-18 universe mail
Eoan release on 2019-08-22 universe mail


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qsf_1.2.7.orig.tar.gz 205.2 KiB 66f3d0607873e52d148c56bd1e1ae63292eae0e17ed960a924f624d406d1f971
qsf_1.2.7-1.3build3.debian.tar.xz 6.7 KiB 9a96569f69eb40d8a09dc2d561e22945851ce285f14e9fd5b45a22f22db5257c
qsf_1.2.7-1.3build3.dsc 1.8 KiB 1d9b6c59eceb31720189752f1ec2905df9790a34fde467772a286769f054beac

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qsf: small and fast Bayesian spam filter

 Quick Spam Filter (QSF) is an Open Source email classification filter,
 designed to be small, fast, and accurate, which works to classify incoming
 email as either spam or non-spam.
 QSF's targets are speed, accuracy and simplicity:
  * It is small and is written in C so it starts up quickly, unlike filters
  written in Perl.
  * It understands MIME and HTML, so it can intelligently deal with modern
  spam, unlike older Bayesian filters such as ifile.
  * It runs as an inline filter rather than as a daemon, so it is simple to
  * It is written to do only one job - decide whether an email is spam or not
  using the content of the message alone - so it is less complex than filters
  such as SpamAssassin. Less complexity means bugs and security problems are
  less likely.
  * As well as words and word pairs, QSF also spots special patterns in email
  such as runs of gibberish, HTML comments embedded in text, and other common
  spam giveaways, and its flexible tokeniser allows more patterns to be added
  as spammers change their tactics.

qsf-dbgsym: debug symbols for qsf