Apache Unleashes SpamAssassin 3.3.0

What’s better than an Apple iTablet, or whatever Cupertino is releasing today? A spam-free inbox, and you can get that (or very close) for free thanks to the Apache Foundation. Yesterday marked the first major SpamAssassin release since 2007 when the Apache Foundation unleashed SpamAssassin 3.3.0.

SpamAssassin is a set of Perl programs that filters mail to identify spam. The 3.3.0 release is a departure from previous releases, changing the way that SpamAssassin is designed and updated. Prior releases of SpamAssassin included the rules that help it identify spam as part of the core release. In 3.3.0, the rules are separate from the main release, and can be updated automatically.

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