[SpamBayes] Thunderbird Extension?
michael at kimballpottery.com
Thu Sep 23 06:39:07 CEST 2004
In the meanwhile couldn't you just use SpamBayes as a proxy between your
mail server and Thunderbird?
Rick Friedman wrote:
> Actually, the integrated Thunderbird junk mail filtering is modeled
> after Spambayes. The chief Thunderbird developer, Scott MacGregor posted
> this little tidbit on the forums at Mozillazine.org:
> "We model / emulate ourselves after spambayes. We both use the same core
> algorithm. They have a lot more tokenizer rules than we do."
> So, the difference would seem to be the tokenizer rules.
> Skip Montanaro wrote:
> > Matt> I'm wondering if anyone has started a little SpamBayes Thunderbird
> > Matt> Extension project yet.
> > We heard rumors awhile ago (six months?) that someone was incorporating the
> > SpamBayes classifier enhancements into Mozilla's mail program (that's what
> > Thunderbird is, right?), but I don't recall any announcement about project
> > completion/release. You might ask on the relevant mailing list in the
> > Mozilla world.
> > Skip
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