From: Strata Rose Chalup (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Apr 17 2000 - 11:52:02 PDT
There is at least one commercial product, KANA, which will respond to
varying, configurable mail inputs. I don't know what the back-end
technology is, though I somehow doubt it is neural net.
I know I saw something about a neural-net based email engine from 6
months to a year ago, but a quick dig through my bookmarks doesn't come
up with anything. I will keep this on the back burner and let you know
if I find anything.
Eugene Leitl wrote:
> I'm looking for a _working_ intelligent, learning mail filter, ideally
> using neuronal nets.
> I want to create a special account, and sign it up to a large number
> of mailing lists/usenet newsfroups, yet still keep the volume
> manageable, and S/N tolerable.
> Any suggestions?
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