PASP 3a2

PASP is a Bayesian-like spam filter that can be used as a POP3 proxy.
PASP is a Bayesian-like spam filter that can be used as a POP3 proxy.

You can run in two ways PASP.

1. Run as a pop3 proxy and configure your pop3 email client to connect through pasp and insert a header for the email client to filter on.

2. There is support for procmail and .forward support through a script called by procmail, categorize the email (possibly inserting headers), then dropping it in a folder for
further processing by other mail software. This would allow for imap client support through server processing. Check the configuration file for support, and use to
do the work.

What's New in This Release:

(fixed) a bug in which spam wouldn't be categorized at all if the new streaming support was turned on. oops.
(fixed) a locking bug that had annoyed people for a while, which I had fixed for quite a while on the version I was using, but forgot to merge to the version everyone else was using, and has probably stopped many people from running PASP. Now fixed. On the one hand, it's a miracle that it worked at all on my own machine, let alone on others'.

last updated on:
July 8th, 2006, 11:05 GMT
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Josiah Carlson
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