Dear clapf-users,

spamdrop is a utility can do all the job as the clapf daemon can do.
However as I move slightly closer to the enterprise area I thought it
would be better to focus on the clapf daemon (+webui) instead of
spamdrop, and to trim its features.

So I would like to know if anyone of you are using the spamdrop utility
of clapf for spam filtering (usually with maildrop or procmailrc). If
none of you, then I will modify it to be able only to train a message,
and check its spaminess (eg. spamdrop -D < ...).

Best regards,

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