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BOGOLEXER(1)			   Bogofilter Reference Manual			     BOGOLEXER(1)

NAME
       bogolexer - Utility program for separating email messages into tokens

SYNOPSIS
       bogolexer [-p] [-q] [-h] [-n] [-v] [-x flags] [-c file] [-C] [-D] [-I file] [-O file] [-V]

DESCRIPTION
       Bogolexer is part of the bogofilter Bayesian spam filter package.

       It is used to separate messages into tokens and to test new versions of the lexer.l code.

OPTIONS
       The -p option tells bogolexer to print just the tokens read from stdin, without any extra
       messages.

       The -q option tells bogolexer to print a token count, without printing the actual tokens.

       The -h option prints the help message and exits.

       The -n option tells bogolexer to map non-ascii characters to the question point '?'.

       The -v option increases the verbosity level.

       The -x flags option allows setting of debug flags for printing debug messages.

       The -cfilename option tells bogolexer to read the config file named.

       The -C option prevents bogolexer from reading configuration files.

       The -D option redirects the debugging output to stdout (it defaults to stderr).

       The -I filename option tells bogolexer to read its input from the specified file, rather
       than from stdin.

       The -O filename option tells bogolexer to write its output to the specified file, rather
       than to stdout.

       The -V option prints the version number and exits.

AUTHOR
       The bogofilter developer team.

       For updates, see the bogofilter project page[1].

SEE ALSO
       bogofilter(1), bogotune(1), bogoupgrade(1), bogoutil(1)

NOTES
	1. the bogofilter project page
	   http://bogofilter.sourceforge.net/

Bogofilter				    10/22/2012				     BOGOLEXER(1)
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