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Date: 2002-10-20 (10:43)
From: Sven Luther <luther@d...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Announcement: SpamOracle
On Mon, Aug 26, 2002 at 03:11:38PM +0200, Xavier Leroy wrote:
> [ Spam filtering is rather off-topic for this list, but this tool is
>   written in OCaml, and needs adventurous users of the kind found on
>   this list to be tested... ]
> Are you tired with spam messages cluttering your e-mail?  Are you
> retentive enough to have meticulously archived all this spam,
> separately from your regular e-mail, in the hope that someday some
> program might learn by example how to recognize spam -- something that
> any human does in a fraction of second?
> If so, rejoice!  The time has come!

Xavier, ...

I am packaging spamoracle for debian right now. It still lacks a manpage,
would you care to provide one, or should i do it ?

That said, what i really wanted to know, is if you have some idea of how
spamoracle would scale in case of heavy load, if you use it to filter
mailing lists input for example ? For example, do you use it to filter
the ocaml mailing lists or something such ? Or do you think it would be
possible to filter the debian mailing lists and not have the mailserver
overload or something such ?


Sven Luther
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