Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with reading MBX mailbox files.
Release Notes: This release replaces the old parser with the newer, faster one. Extensive refactoring has been done to improve maintainability. All of the old functionality is now in place except for MBX file support. Header processing has been improved.
Release Notes: This release adds exec and exec-shared commands to allow manipulation of the database using external programs. Other improvements include a compilation option to force big-endian data storage, Debian compatibility fixes, and minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds some minor changes, including performance tuning, an improved dump command that allows limiting the terms printed to those matching a regular expression, and support for using an external tokenizer instead of spamprobe's own.
Release Notes: This release improves the scoring algorithm to produce more evenly-distributed scores. It includes support for the X-Status: header, reduces I/O in train mode, and allows users to set their own spam score threshold.
Release Notes: A new tokenize command is provided. Several useful command line options were added, including the ability to specify specific headers for processing. Some minor bug fixes were included.
Release Notes: This release changes from using PBL's ISAM file format to using just its key-file format. The change reduces the size of PBL databases by more than half. This release also includes some changes to the way that top terms are selected when scoring emails. The change reduces the probability of getting false positives. The output of the -T command line option has changed to include the overall database good and spam counts for each term. It is important to note that the PBL file format has changed; see the README.txt file for details.
Release Notes: This release restores the ability to let users access a shared database without write permissions. It also adds RFC 2047 header decoding and some minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a new "train" mode as an alternative to "receive". Train mode helps to reduce database size by limiting the number of messages added to the database to only those which were difficult to classify correctly. Other improvements include better support for non-ascii character sets, better interoperation with Berkeley DB utilities, improved import/export commands, and several bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes crashes on Red Hat 8 systems regarding some spam containing newlines inside of hrefs.