papaDoc at videotron.ca
Tue May 25 15:13:03 EDT 2004
> I use spambayes and find it the best spam filter I have ever come
> across, and I am not just saying that.
> I receive about 200 spam messages per day and I would say that
> spambayes picks up about 99% of them.
> Most other programs either cause outlook to crash, or only detect 50%
> with a large amount of false negatives.
> Anyway, I have a suggestion or wish.
> Is it possible, if using a pop3 account with outlook, that spambayes
> could read the messages or message headers and delete those that are
> classed with a certain score as spam?
> This would save me a huge amount of time downloading.
You can take a look at http://www.entrian.com/sbwiki/SpamBayesCuller.
This is not integrated with Outlook but you can try to make outlook run
this before doing is fetching.
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