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NAME

       sb_upload - Read a message or a mailbox file, upload it to a web server and write it

DESCRIPTION

       Read a message or a mailbox file on standard input, upload it to a web server and write it
       to standard output.

       By default, this sends the message to the SpamBayes sb_server web  interface,  which  will
       save the message in the 'unknown' cache, ready for you to classify it.  It does not do any
       training, just saves it ready for you to classify (unless you use the -t switch).

       usage:  /usr/bin/sb_upload [-h] [-n] [-s server] [-p port] [-r N]

              [-o section:option:value] [-t (ham|spam)]

       -h, --help    - print help and exit

       -n, --null    - suppress writing to standard output (default False)

       -s, --server= - provide alternate web server (default localhost)

       -p, --port=   - provide alternate server port (default 8880)

       -r, --prob=   - feed the message to the trainer w/ prob N [0.0...1.0]

       -t, --train=  - train the message (pass either 'ham' or 'spam')

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

SEE ALSO

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

              info sb_upload

       should give you access to the complete manual.