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Les Hatton

2011d2

Mail filter performance

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I get bombarded by junk mail (anywhere between 30,000 and 140,000 a day for several years now) so I have been researching how to eliminate this threat for the last couple of years to reclaim my e-mail addresses. This is the performance of my e-mail filters over the last few months. They use new signal processing techniques on which I have just completed a book which will be published shortly, (see link below).

The goal is 6 sigma which is less than 4 mis-categorised messages per million received. I am operating slightly outside at the moment at around 5 per million but not far to go. There have been no false positives or viruses in the last six months.

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