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bogofilter-0.12.2 released

See file NEWS-0.12 for more info on the changes.

Posted by David Relson 2003-04-30

bogofilter 0.12.1 - new current release

Release 0.12.1 contains information on bogofilter-tuning and scripts to help in tuning. See NEWS-0.12 for more info. The bogofilter package implements a fast Bayesian spam filter along the lines suggested by Paul Graham in his article "A Plan For Spam" . It is written in C. Supported platforms: Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris and OS X.

Posted by David Relson 2003-04-26

bogofilter-0.11.2 - new stable release

See NEWS file for details.

Posted by David Relson 2003-04-17

bogofilter-0.11.1.3 - new stable release

The status of bogofilter version 0.11.1.3 has been promoted from bogofilter-current to bogofilter-stable. The bogofilter package implements a fast Bayesian spam filter along the lines suggested by Paul Graham in his article "A Plan For Spam" . It is written in C. Supported platforms: Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris and OS X.

Posted by David Relson 2003-03-17

bogofilter-0.11.1 released

The bogofilter package implements a fast Bayesian spam filter along the lines suggested by Paul Graham in his article "A Plan For Spam" . It is written in C. Supported platforms: Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris and OS X. Version 0.11.1 is available, including a number of enhancements and bugfixes. See the NEWS-0.11 file for details.

Posted by David Relson 2003-03-05

bogofilter-0.11.0

New release with Robinson-Fisher as the new default algorithm, options '-S' and '-N' change to be unregister only options, improved database locking, lowered memory usage when processing files, improved command line and config file processing, etc. See file NEWS-0.11 for details

Posted by David Relson 2003-03-04

bogofilter - 0.10.3.1 - new stable release

0.10.3.1 promoted from "current" to "stable"

Posted by David Relson 2003-02-23

bogofilter-0.10.2 - stable release

Bogofilter 0.10.2 is released. Details are in file NEWS-0.10.

As a summary, bogofilter now offers mime processing with decoding of base64, quoted-printable, etc, removal of html comments, improved database locking, support for 64-bit systems, and many smaller enhancements.

Posted by David Relson 2003-02-03

bogofilter-0.9.1.2

Release 0.9.1.1 had an old version of bogopass. This has been corrected in 0.9.1.2.

Posted by David Relson 2002-12-05

bogofilter 0.8.0 released

Version 0.8.0 of bogofilter released on 11/09/2002. The bogofilter package implements a fast Bayesian spam filter along the lines suggested by Paul Graham in his article "A Plan For Spam" . It is written in C. Supported platforms: Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris and OS X.

Posted by David Relson 2002-11-10

0.7.6 released

Bogofilter 0.7.6 was released on Oct 29, 2002 and is available for downloads in the "Files" section.

Posted by David Relson 2002-10-29

0.7.5 Released

Bogofilter 0.7.5 was released on Oct 20, 2002 and is available for downloads in the "Files" section.

Posted by David Relson 2002-10-25

Version 0.7.4 Released

The beta test of 0.7.4 is complete, and this version is now in general release. There are no code changes from the beta software.

Posted by Anonymous 2002-09-20

CVS Archive Launched

The bogofilter source is now available in the sourceforge bogofilter CVS archive. For information about how to access this archive, click the CVS link in the summary section.

Automated context diffs are automatically mailed to the bogofilter-cvs@lists.sourceforge.net mailing list. To subscribe, follow the "Lists" link in the summary section and check for subscription instructions.

Enjoy!

Posted by Anonymous 2002-09-15

Version 0.7.3 Adds Portability Code

The 0.7.3 release of bogofilter introduces a GNU configure system that allows it to be compiled on more platforms than before. We have compiled and tested this version on Solaris, FreeBSD, and Linux.

Posted by Anonymous 2002-09-13

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