Perry E. Metzger wrote:
That would be less somewhat useful in this case, though, since each user
has their own table of keywords.
Frank Solensky <fsolensky(_at_)PREMONITIA(_dot_)COM> writes:
Just posted on slashdot: a Bayesian approach to the problem that reports
to have rates of 0.5% on false positives and 0% false negative:
The problem is that, naturally, the spammers will start running the
tool over their spam before sending it and tweaking it until it
passes. This has happened for previous techniques.
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