Annoyance Filter sifts mail you wish to read from junk arriving in your mailbox by an adaptive process which gives priority to mail you're interested in reading, and evolves to block cleverly disguised junk mail.
|Tags||Communications Email Filters|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release includes POP3 proxy support permitting it to be deployed on platforms which don't support Procmail-style filtering of incoming mail, a memory-mapped dictionary format suitable for high volume environments and experimentation with tuning parameters, detection of Microsoft Outlook mail worms and classification thereof by string cracking, and fixes for problems earlier versions had parsing binary attachments of embedded mail messages (for example, forwarded or bounced mail).
Release Notes: Memory-mapped I/O to load dictionary files in high volume server environments, a new ability to classify messages by phrases as well as individual words, and a fix for bug in counting messages in mail folders containing MIME-encoded components.
No changes have been submitted for this release.