Camram is an anti-spam system that for the first time makes practical the holy grail of sender-pays email. It forces spammers to expend unsupportable levels of effort while imposing negligible burdens on everyday users. Its "hybrid sender-pays" design provides anti-spam benefits to the first user that adopts it, while supporting graceful scalability to massive numbers of users.
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Release Notes: This release adds a Postfix MTA post-queuing filter capability. A user interface for manipulating friend and keyword whitelists has been added.
Release Notes: The major change is the addition of a dumpster search/browse tool that allows the user to recover misclassified messages. Additionally, there are bugfixes in the installation process and challenge response system.
Release Notes: SMTP interception filtering is done for both inbound and outbound email. Automatic threshold adjustments were made for the spamtrap interface. An automated downloader, builder, and installer was added. The user interface was improved. Comprehensive install documentation was written. Spam filtering can be done on a per-user or per-domain level, or a combination thereof. Optional challenge-response using stamps can be used. A new Java applet that runs in the sender's browser to generate a stamp was included.
No changes have been submitted for this release.