Spam Trainer makes it easier for GNOME users to train spam filtering software (e.g. SpamBayes or SpamAssassin) that "learns" how to tell the difference between real email (ham) and unsolicited messages (spam). Not all email clients have spam filtering (and training) built in, and training external filtering programs can be fiddly. Spam Trainer provides easy (drag and drop) training from the Evolution mail client, and should work just as well with any email client that supports the drag and drop protocol implemented by the GTK+ toolkit.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME Communications Email Filters|
Release Notes: 0.1.4 didn't run correctly with recent releases of Mono, and the configure script failed on some more recent Linux distributions. 0.1.5 should address both these issues. There are no extra features in this release.
Release Notes: This release fixes an annoying bug which prevented you from knowing whether the ham/spam training commands completed successfully. Now a message pops up to alert you if there was a problem. Tooltips were added to make it more obvious how to train on a message.
Release Notes: This version fixes ham training with Evolution 2.0.
Release Notes: This release fixes a minor incompatibility with Evolution 2.0.
Release Notes: This release fixes some minor problems that some people were experiencing when Spam Trainer attempted to access its configuration settings.