POPFile is an email classification tool with a Naive Bayes classifier, POP3, SMTP, NNTP proxies and IMAP filter and a web interface. It runs on most platforms and with most email clients.

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  • Excellent program, unbeatable, very clever. It's much more than an anti-spam, it's the best filter, categorization tool for emails. I've never see a comparable application. It's really very efficient. I hope you'll be able to keep it up to date. It really deservers a better visibility. I've used it for many years. PS: The feature I would like to see updated: simultaneous POP3 connections fail when using the SSL function, so it cannot be used.

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  • Wonderful project, many thanks for sharing

  • Excellent-Been using it since it 2000. One improve is needed. Need to export / import magnets.

  • Classification Accuracy Messages classified: 3,446,442 Classification errors: 1,339 Accuracy: 99.96% (Last Reset: Mon Apr 16 15:23:53 2007 )

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Brazilian Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, English, German, Norwegian

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

Perl

Registered

2002-09-22