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Spamato

Spamato is an extensible spam filter system. It is available as an add-on for Outlook, an extension for Thunderbird and Mozilla Mail, and a stand-alone proxy component. It provides a Bayesian filter, a rule-based filter, a Java implementation of Razor (Ephemeral and Whiplash), a filter that queries domains on Google, a collaborative domain, and a collaborative hash-based filter. Graphical statistics explain the efficiency of each filter as well as the overall effectiveness of the whole system.

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  •  07 Jan 2007 17:57

Release Notes: Several bugs and inconveniences were fixed. For instance, the "Move & Duplication" bug in Spamato4Thunderbird, the ".NET 2.0" bug in Spamato4Outlook, and the Gmail and POP account problems in Spamatoxy have been fixed.

  •  12 Jun 2006 10:44

Release Notes: This release adds a new collaborative filter 'Comha' (beta). The Ruleminator rules are now handled as 'first-class' filters; the known-senders rule is more powerful. The Base shows some information about which messages are being filtered. The Filter History provides a basic 'search' for filter results. Some updates have been made for Spamato4Outlook, Spamato4Thunderbird, and Spamatoxy. Several bugfixes and improvements 'under the hood' have been implemented. The project has migrated to new servers.

  •  17 Feb 2006 07:25

No changes have been submitted for this release.

  •  08 Jan 2006 06:07

Release Notes: This release featured seamless Thunderbird integration, a complete redesign of the filtering process that drastically increased filtering speed, an improved result viewer that shows more details about why a message was filtered (or not), and a partially new design. Spamato4Outlook now checks incoming emails even when more than 16 emails arrive, bypassing a nasty Outlook bug.

  •  05 Aug 2005 12:47

No changes have been submitted for this release.

RSS Recent comments

03 Oct 2006 22:23 alrubin

Re: Interaction with Outlook Rules
Keno,

It's good idea to have a list of folders that should be checked for spam! Currently we check only Inbox, so it definately makes sense.

Thank you!

03 Oct 2006 10:27 Kemil

Re: Interaction with Outlook Rules
We haven't solved this problem. We just ignore automatically moved messages. Our philosophy is that if a user creates a rule to move messages, the messages are most likely ham, not spam. But of course, this does not always count, so we definitely miss moved spam messages.

On the other hand, the user is able to define which folders to check. That is, if the user moves all messages from the inbox to folder X, than the user should mark folder X to be checked by Spamato as well.

02 Oct 2006 21:21 alrubin

Interaction with Outlook Rules
Hi,

How did you solve the problem with Outlook Rules interaction? They move messages to folder in spite of the fact the message is spam. I'm a developer of another outlook spam filter (www.spam-reader.com) Spam Reader and now we faced this problem. Any advises will be appreciated.

Thanks!

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