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dspam_crc(1)							       DSPAM							      dspam_crc(1)

NAME
dspam_crc - calculate the DSPAM CRC/hash value for a text token SYNOPSIS
dspam_crc [token] DESCRIPTION
dspam_crc is used to calculate the DSPAM CRC/hash value for a text token. OPTIONS
[token] Data that will be CRC-ized/hashed. EXIT VALUE
0 Operation was successful. other Operation resulted in an error. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2002-2011 DSPAM Project All rights reserved. For more information, see http://dspam.sourceforge.net. SEE ALSO
dspam(1), dspam_admin(1), dspam_clean(1), dspam_dump(1), dspam_logrotate(1), dspam_merge(1), dspam_stats(1), dspam_train(1) DSPAM
Jan 03, 2010 dspam_crc(1)

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dspam_train(1)							       DSPAM							    dspam_train(1)

NAME
dspam_train - train a corpus of mail SYNOPSIS
dspam_train [username] [--client] [-i index|spam_corpus nonspam_corpus] DESCRIPTION
dspam_train is used to train and test a corpus of mail (in maildir or MBOX format). This tool will present each message to DSPAM for a classification and then retrain only if the message was incorrect. This provides close to real-world training and should be used to build pretrained databases. Upon execution, the tool will automatically determine the ratio of spam:nonspam and train based on that ratio to ensure both corpora are trained consecutively. This tool can also be used as a test jig to measure the efficiency and accuracy of a partic- ular corpus against DSPAM in a given configuration. OPTIONS
--client If specified, DSPAM is used in client-server mode. username Specifies the user to train, if omitted the current user name is used. -i index Use a index file instead of the usual spam_corpus and nonspam_corpus. index : Path to the index file having the following format per line: [class] [path to message] spam_corpus Specifies either the pathname to the directory containing the corpus of spam, with each in a separate file (e.g. maildir format) or a path to the mailbox in the traditional Unix MBOX format. nonspam_corpus Specifies either the pathname to the directory containing the corpus of nonspam with each message in a separate file or a path to the mailbox in the traditional Unix MBOX format. EXIT VALUE
0 Operation was successful. other Operation resulted in an error. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2002-2011 DSPAM Project All rights reserved. For more information, see http://dspam.sourceforge.net. SEE ALSO
dspam(1), dspam_admin(1), dspam_clean(1), dspam_crc(1), dspam_dump(1), dspam_logrotate(1), dspam_merge(1), dspam_stats(1) DSPAM
Apr 17, 2010 dspam_train(1)
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