Version 1.1a6 of the SpamBayes project is now available.
Although this is still labelled as an alpha release it is really quite stable. If you want to use an older version of SpamBayes, check the files section of the project site. If you have any issues with the software, send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Microsoft Windows users are encouraged to use the installation program to install SpamBayes. This will install applications suitable for almost all email clients, including Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Outlook Express.
The source-code releases can be used on any platform with a Python interpreter
The source-code releases can be downloaded, as either a gzipped tarball or a zip file, directly from the file releases for this project.
Once you've downloaded and unpacked the source archive, do the regular setup.py build; setup.py install dance, then:
Files, MD5 checksums, signatures and sizes
You can import the release manager public keys by either downloading the public key file and then running
% gpg --import TonyMeyer.asc
or by grabbing the key directly from the keyserver network by running this command:
% gpg --recv-keys F23F732A
To verify the authenticity of the download, grab both the file(s) and the signature(s) (above) and then run this command:
% gpg --verify spambayes-1.0.2.exe.asc
Note that you must use the name of the signature file, and you should use the one that's appropriate to the download you're verifying.
These instructions are geared to GnuPG and command-line weenies. Suggestions are welcome for other OpenPGP applications.
The code is currently available from the SourceForge Subversion server.