Uses a Bayesian analysis of the frequencies of terms used in email to block spam
'SpamProbe' is a spam detection program that uses a Bayesian analysis of how frequently certain terms are used in email. Because it filters email based on content rather than on general rules, it easily adapts itself to the types of email that each individual user normally receives.
released on 6 January 2007
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|QPL||Janet Casey||8 November 2004|
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