“spamassassin” 3.2.5-7 source package in Ubuntu


spamassassin (3.2.5-7) unstable; urgency=high

  * Fix a bunch of spelling errors in spamassassin documentation.
  * Add ${misc:Depends} to spamassassin Depends.
  * Fix FH_DATE_PAST_20XX so dates in 2010 aren't considered "grossly
    in the future"
 -- Scott Kitterman <email address hidden>   Fri, 01 Jan 2010 12:51:32 -0500

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Scott Kitterman on 2010-01-02
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Original maintainer:
Noah Meyerhans
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spamassassin_3.2.5.orig.tar.gz 1.2 MiB 7fdc1651d0371c4a7f95ac9ae6f828a6
spamassassin_3.2.5-7.diff.gz 46.8 KiB 4baf99b2d10705b14def51a272de6ea7
spamassassin_3.2.5-7.dsc 1.3 KiB 4cb8f3119ec9643194dc593fc2849b4b

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spamassassin: Perl-based spam filter using text analysis

 SpamAssassin is a very powerful and fully configurable spam filter
 with numerous features including automatic white-listing, RBL
 testing, Bayesian analysis, header and body text analysis. It is
 designed to be called from a user's .procmail or .forward file, but
 can also be integrated into a Mail Transport Agent (MTA).
 Included in this package is a daemonized form of spamassassin (spamd)
 which communicates with its client (spamc) via TCP, to reduce the
 overhead of loading perl with each message. To take advantage of
 this, you must install the spamc package.

spamc: Client for SpamAssassin spam filtering daemon

 spamc is the client to communicate with spamd, the daemonized form of
 SpamAssassin (see the spamassassin package). It is written in C for
 maximum speed and minimum loading overhead.
 spamc is quite useful for integrating spamassassin into an MTA or
 into a .procmailrc file because of its speed.
 This package is useless unless you have spamassassin installed,
 either on this machine or another local machine (i.e. a mail server).