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NAME

       SpamBayes - A hammie front-end to make the simple stuff simple.

SYNOPSIS

       sb_filter [options] [filenames]

DESCRIPTION

       SpamBayes Command Line Filter Version 1.1b1 (February, 25, 2011)

   Options can one or more of:
       -h

              show usage and exit

       -v

              show version and exit

       -x

              show some usage examples and exit

       -d DBFILE

              use database in DBFILE

       -p PICKLEFILE

              use pickle (instead of database) in PICKLEFILE

       -n

              create a new database

       *   -f

              filter (default if no processing options are given)

       *   -g

              (re)train as a good (ham) message

       *   -s

              (re)train as a bad (spam) message

       *   -t

              filter  and train based on the result -- you must make sure to untrain all mistakes
              later.  Not recommended.

       *   -G

              untrain ham (only use if you've already trained this message)

       *   -S

              untrain spam (only use if you've already trained this message)

       -o section:option:value

              set [section, option] in the options database to value

       -P

              Run under control of the Python profiler, if it is available

       All options marked with '*' operate on stdin, and write the resultant message to stdout.

       If no filenames are given on the command line, standard  input  will  be  processed  as  a
       single  message.   If  one  or  more filenames are given on the command line, each will be
       processed according to the following rules:

              * If the filename is '-', standard input will be processed as a single

              message (may only be usefully given once).

              * If the filename starts with '+' it will be processed as an MH folder.

              * If the filename is a directory and it contains a subdirectory named

              'cur', it will be processed as a Maildir.

              * If the filename is a directory and it contains a subdirectory named

              'Mail', it will be processed as an MH Mailbox.

              * If the filename is a directory and not a Maildir nor an MH Mailbox, it

              will be processed as a Mailbox directory consisting of just .txt and .lorien files.

              * Otherwise, the filename is treated as a Unix-style mailbox (messages

              begin on a line starting with 'From ').

       Output is always to standard output as a Unix-style mailbox.

SEE ALSO

       The full documentation for SpamBayes is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the  info  and
       SpamBayes programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info SpamBayes

       should give you access to the complete manual.

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