ifile is a general mail filtering system that works with a mail client to intelligently filter mail according to the way the user tends to organize mail.
ifile uses the modern machine learning algorithm naive Bayes to classify mail documents.
ifile is different from other mail filtering programs in three major ways:
· ifile does not require you to generate a set of rules in order to successfully filter mail
· ifile uses the entire content of messages for filtering purposes
· ifile learns as you move incorrectly filtered messages to new mailboxes
Now, ifile can be described simply as one of the many available Bayesian mail filters. Though, unlike spamassassin or bogofilter, it can do n-way filtering rather than simply spam vs. non-spam.
How to install and run: Unarchive, open a Terminal window, go to ifile's folder and run the following commands from the command line:
sudo make install
· Apple Xcode (to build from source)
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· debian: delete directory; don't want to step on Jens Peter Secher toes (official Debian ifile maintainer); wait for guidance
· opts.c (parse_opt): allow use of concise option with loocv_folder
· util.c, ifile.c: fix LOOCV query (as I got it): if folder's not already there, don't create it really, not even temp for next query.
· Makefile.in: add STRIP