[Mailman-Users] [Pydotorg] Mailman+SpamBayes for Mailman 2.2

Barry Warsaw barry at list.org
Wed Apr 8 13:55:35 CEST 2009

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On Apr 8, 2009, at 1:01 AM, skip at pobox.com wrote:

> Sorry about the rather broad distribution.  A few people have inquired
> recently about this code.
> I *think* I successfully migrated my cron/gate_news changes to the  
> mailman
> 2.2 branch.  The modified mailman2.2 branch is available here:
>    bzr+ssh://smontanaro@bazaar.launchpad.net/%7Esmontanaro/mailman/ 
> SpamBayes/

Probably better to use:


and let bzr figure the rest out.

> (I have no idea how these strange URLs work.  You'll probably need  
> to snip
> out the "smontanaro@" bit.  What you might replace it with I have no  
> clue or
> if the protocol needs to be changed.)
> The cron/gate_news file has been changed to run incoming Usenet  
> messages
> through the SpamBayes classifier.  There is also a spambayes.ini  
> file to use
> as a template.  This simple change worked wonders on the
> python-list at python.org mailing list.  I still see complaints about  
> spam from
> time-to-time.  I think, "what spam?".  When I investigate I always  
> find it's
> a user on the Usenet side of the bridge who is complaining.
> There is still absolutely no training support.  You will have to  
> wrangle
> that somehow else.  Either the mboxtrain or tte scripts which come  
> with the
> SpamBayes distribution should do the trick if you have some  
> collected ham
> and spam.  If you need some help, contact me offline or send email to
> spambayes at python.org.

This is very cool, thanks Skip.  Let's try to coordinate to finish the  
port to Mailman 3.


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