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From Stefano Debenedetti <...@webaccess.mozquito.com>
Subject Re: SPAM filter based on Bayesian principals
Date Thu, 19 Sep 2002 14:05:29 GMT
same here, I'm using a mailet I recently sent to this list to publish 
email in XML format, I think this could be the start of a web interface 
for James mail. I am still not sure if a simple mailet of this kind 
would be enough or if a more complete XML publishing of James 
repositories would be required but I think James, great software, needs 
something like a mailet.org so I'd be delighted to help too, ciao

alan.gerhard wrote:
> I'd like to second that - we are seriously diving into the
> code primarily for SPAM filtering, and the natural hook is
> the mailet structure.
> Would seriously like to be involved in this. Add us to the
> 'helping hand'
> Alan
>>If I recall correctly, I previously suggested that I'd be
>>willing to set up such a library.  I got very little
>>feedback on the topic. 
>>[... later reading of messages since last week ...]
>>I'm glad to see that you've acquired mailets.org!  If
>>there is something I can do to help, let me know.  :-)
> Alan Gerhard
> Gerhard Computing, Inc.
> alan.gerhard@gercom.com
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