spamoracle 1.4-14build3 source package in Ubuntu


spamoracle (1.4-14build3) trusty; urgency=medium

  * Rebuild for ocaml-4.01.
 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>   Mon, 23 Dec 2013 12:12:24 +0000

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spamoracle: A statistical analysis spam filter based on Bayes' formula

 SpamOracle, a.k.a. "Saint Peter", is a tool to help detect and filter away
 "spam" (unsolicited commercial e-mail). It proceeds by statistical analysis
 of the words that appear in the e-mail, comparing the frequencies of words
 with those found in a user-provided corpus of known spam and known legitimate
 e-mail. The classification algorithm is based on Bayes' formula, and is
 described in Paul Graham's paper, A plan for spam.
 This program is designed to work in conjunction with procmail. The result of
 the analysis is output as an additional message header X-Spam:, followed by
 yes, no or unknown, plus additional details. A procmail rule can then test
 this X-Spam: header and deliver the e-mail to the appropriate mailbox.