[Spambayes] [ spambayes-Feature Requests-616944 ] Mozilla Mail integration

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Feature Requests item #616944, was opened at 2002-10-01 04:31
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Category: None
Group: None
Status: Closed
Priority: 5
Submitted By: Sinchi Pacharuraq (sinchi)
Assigned to: Nobody/Anonymous (nobody)
Summary: Mozilla Mail integration

Initial Comment:
Integration with Mozilla Mail client

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>Comment By: Tim Stone (timstone4)
Date: 2003-02-09 08:34

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According to the mozilla dudes, they grabbed our code, made a few 
tweaks (which are probably not well researched imo) and incorporated 
it.  I don't know if they kept it in python, or ported it...

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Comment By: Mark Hammond (mhammond)
Date: 2003-02-09 02:07

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Is Mozilla doing a "spambayes", or their own?  If not ours,
it would at least be interesting to extract their engine
into our test suite, and measure the error rates.

I'd like to help on this, as it would breathe some life back
into pyxpcom.

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Comment By: Tim Stone (timstone4)
Date: 2003-02-08 20:36

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Mozilla team is doing this.

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Comment By: Tim Stone (timstone4)
Date: 2003-02-06 23:29

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To the best of my knowledge, a bayesian filter based on spambayes is 
currently being integrated into the mozilla mailer.  It is in beta right now, 
and I think is scheduled to be included in the next release.

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Comment By: Tony Meyer (anadelonbrin)
Date: 2003-02-04 21:04

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This is pretty old now, and it could probably be closed.  You 
can add such a filter in Mozilla - like this:

In the Mail window, select: Tools -> Message Filters -> New 
When you get to the new filter pane, name the filter X-
Hammie-Disposition
Filter Criteria -> Customize -> New Message Header:
Add the following:
In the box type X-Hammie-Disposition click Add, then OK.
Select the following as the Filter Criteria:
X-Hammie-Disposition contains Yes
Under Perform this action, select a destination folder


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Comment By: Richie Hindle (richiehindle)
Date: 2002-10-02 08:33

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I'm no expert on how Mozilla filters work... can you add
a filter that says "If a message contains an
X-Hammie-Disposition header whose value starts with Yes
then <do whatever>"?  If so, you can use either hammie.py
(as part of your unix mail delivery system) or pop3proxy.py
(on either a server machine or your own client machine).
Both of these add an X-Hammie-Disposition header, with
which you can filter your messages.


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Comment By: Sinchi Pacharuraq (sinchi)
Date: 2002-10-02 04:53

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I just want to have this anti-spam filter built in Mozilla
message filters. For example, user might activate this
filter to delete spam messages from inbox or to move it to
special folder.

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Comment By: Skip Montanaro (montanaro)
Date: 2002-10-01 11:04

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ummm.... a bit short on detail/description.  What precisely do you mean by 
"Mozilla Mail integration"?  Can you describe what you would like to see 
feature-wise?  Note that no other mail system integration has been 
attempted at this point with the exception that I believe the hammie script 
works with procmail.


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