Kmail spam filtering - Help
john_82 at tiscali.co.uk
Fri Nov 24 19:34:55 GMT 2006
Hi Nigel. Thanks but I have looked at bogofilter etc but they all use an
adaptive filtering (learning) technique that as far as I'm aware doesn't
include the items listed below which would identify most of the spam I get.
Content seems to be the weakest check of all.
On Friday 24 November 2006 19:48, Nigel Henry wrote:
> On Friday 24 November 2006 18:55, John wrote:
> > Hi
> > I'm having something of a spam problem and have looked around to see what
> > can be used with kmail. All I can find are adaptive filters which will
> > not do what I want. I need some simple rules such as
> > Is the mail from somebody in my address book?
> > Is the mail addressed to one of my accounts ? (Some aren't)
> > Is the mail from somebody in a domain or who has a name that I known
> > sends spam?
> > The vast bulk of the rest could be spotted with a simple sentence and or
> > word check. Firstly in the subject and then in the content.
> > Any thoughts or suggestions? Surely there is a filter available that will
> > do some or all of these things.
> Hi John. I'm using Bogofilter to filter spam. http://www.bogofilter.org
> There's a post in the bogofilter mailing list archives for my setup with
> Kmail, dated 2006-09-19
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