Categories Asides Gmail Spam Filter Post author By Matt Post date April 20, 2005 6 Comments on Gmail Spam Filter Using Gmail as a spam filter, a fantastic idea. Works for any address. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← Meetup Replacement → Ping-o-Matic Birthday 6 replies on “Gmail Spam Filter” You’ve a trailing quote mark in the link, breaking the link above and my aggregator! That’s the second time I’ve done that in as many days. Fat fingering happens to the best of us! Thanks for the link — twas an interesting read. Sounds like an interesting idea, minus the huge number of false positives I get with gmail. I’d say about half of my “spam” isn’t really spam. I’ve been doing this for a while too and it works like a minx 😉 I agree, gmail spam filter is working better everyday. Anyway I still receive too much spam messages and it’s difficult to analize all of them. So I’ve written a couple of PHP script that connects to gmail and reads spam emails data. It stores it in a database table and you can later review it from a webpage with some nice graphics. Check it out, follow my webpage address. Hope you like it. Regards, Jose Canciani. Comments are closed.