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Re: SpamAssassin - how about bogofilter?

On Wed, Oct 16, 2002 at 10:24:10AM -0700, Tom Marshall wrote:
> > One major advantage of bogofilter (in addition to being more accurate
> > than spamassassin) is that it's blazingly fast. Even though I have a
> > high-end computer and a fast net connection, spamassassin really eats
> > up cycles when e-mails start coming in in larger groups. bogofilter
> > hasn't peaked yet.
> At the risk of sounding like an advertisement, you may want to try out bmf
> and/or spamprobe if you are concerned about resources.  The bogofilter
> executable is insanely huge because it uses lex to tokenize the mail.

there was discussion on the bogofilter-dev list about making the lexer
smaller by changing one of the lex options. the code to do it was
checked in to cvs recently.


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