[Spambayes] Just a thought...
tameyer at ihug.co.nz
Tue Dec 6 21:32:03 CET 2005
> And so, when people ask for white lists or black lists, the
> immediate reaction is that this is not within the philosophy of
> Bayesian filtering. Well, true enough. But they are SO easy to
> implement, and they could be an adjunctive technology which moves
> your software from 98% to 100%; at least for me.
As Skip pointed out, whitelisting is easily within the capabilities
of any mail client. It is *not*, however, something that is easy to
implement - there are a lot of design issues. The FAQ has more
details about this, if you are interested, including a link to
comments from Mark (who did the Outlook plug-in) explaining the
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