Re: spamassassin ?
>> So if they're all the same, why did I get SpamAssassin? Name
>> recognition, I guess.
> Actually they're NOT all the same. :)
> Several months ago I read the following article -- it's one of the best
> comprehensive analysis I've seen on the subject;
Yes, I read that. But I didn't find it very convincing. Unless there are
large errors in the implementation, one naive Bayesian filter is as good as
another. And SpamAssassin works well for me.
Differences in resource use, I can believe.