eWeek Rates Mozilla's Bayesian Spam Filtering
Wednesday October 29th, 2003
Yacoubean writes: "eWeek reviewed spam filtering with various tools, including Mozilla 1.5 and Outlook 2003. Their test showed that Bayesian filtering (used in Mozilla) is more effective at fending off spam. Outlook 2003 and other products use the whitelist/blacklist approach, along with proprietary technology. The eWeek tests showed that these techniques flagged a lot of false positives, while Mozilla rarely flagged legitimate email. eWeek also points out, on the down side, that Bayesian filtering requires a lot of initial work from the user to train the filter, however 'the investment can pay off.'"
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Thursday November 6th, 2003 9:44 AM
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We have an official language now? Spanish has finally been adopted? :)
(Although, I do admit that there is some truth to that statement. I mean, even if a message is legit in another language, if you don't know the language in question [and have no interpreter], what use is it to you?)