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	Title		: The Versatile Language Inoculation Message Format
	Author(s)	: B. Yerazunis, et. al.
	Filename	: draft-spamfilt-inoculation-00.txt
	Pages		: 13
	Date		: 2003-10-20
	
Analytical anti-spam tools are designed to prevent unsolicited 
commercial email from being delivered to the user(s) that the tool 
is protecting by means of analyzing the message's content.  Such 
tools are designed to learn the different tokens and patterns that 
comprise both innocent and guilty messages to effectively conclude 
whether a message is considered to be spam.

A method of inoculation provides the ability for the end-user to 
benefit by pre-seeding the filtering tool with contextual 
information specific to the content to which the inoculation is 
targeted for.

This memo describes the message format used to transmit inoculations
via electronic mail.

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