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Re: SpamZilla



On Thu, Nov 20, 2003 at 04:50:37PM -0800, Tom wrote:
> I would love to see Spamassassin's bayesian filters merged with Mozilla:
> 
> I could point at the "main text flow" (usually, a table cell) and say 
> "this is ham", and I could point at a block of "sponsored links" or 
> "text advertisments" and say "this is spam".
> 
> The granualarity of content is usually a range of table cells or a 
> frame.  You can guess what's spam or not by page location and/or 
> content.
> 
> Get started people! :-)

You might want to keep an eye on the Adblock plugin.
They aren't there yet, but the homepage
  http://adblock.mozdev.org/index.html
mentions under "And we're targeting these items for future builds:"
   "Bayesian probability analysis, for minimal-interation blocking"

	Cheers!
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