Just saw this on http://www.trainedmonkey.com/http://razor.sourceforge.net/
Vipul's Razor is a distributed, collaborative, spam detection and
filtering network. Razor establishes a distributed and constantly
updating catalogue of spam in propagation. This catalogue is used by
clients to filter out known spam.
Fergal Daly wrote:
>> Never heard of one before but since there are already lots of SPAM filters
> written in Perl it may be a lot easier to adapt one of them to use IMAP as
> it's source with the Mail:IMAPClient or Net::IMAP::Simple module or even
> just nick the rulesets.
>> Of course if you know lots more Java than Perl then it won't be at all
>> On Mon, Nov 05, 2001 at 02:12:07PM +0000, Joe Desbonnet wrote:
> > Finally got around to dealing with my ongoing spam problem. I've started
> > working on a Java based email agent that accesses your mailbox via IMAP and
> > starts looking for spam (configurable criteria) and moving it all into a
> > spam folder.
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