[ANN] PYNOSPAM 0.1 (and some Embedded-Python-Questions)
philh at comuno.freeserve.co.uk
Sun Mar 31 00:05:03 CET 2002
On Fri, 29 Mar 2002 19:12:46 GMT, Gerson Kurz <gerson.kurz at t-online.de> wrote:
>pynospam is a Python-Powered extension for Microsoft Outlook, that
>- filter spam mail i.e. tag the subject line with [SPAM!] if it thinks
>it is spam.
>- Because the spam detection is based on an at-runtime-interpreted
>python-script, you can easily add your own spam detection algorithms
>using regexs and whatnot.
The fact that you've written this demonstrates that Outlook has a
way of enabling user-written filters for incoming email. To your
knowledge, does Outlook allow filters for outgoing email too?
(The reason I ask is regarding my Herbivore program, which
implements zero-effort encryption by filtering all incoming and
outgoing email -- at some point I want herbivore to run on Windows
(See <http://www.vision25.demon.co.uk/oss/herbivore/intro.html> for
details of herbivore)
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