ThunderBayes Version History

6 versions

Be careful with old versions!

These versions are displayed for reference and testing purposes. You should always use the latest version of an add-on.

Version 1.0.1 5.1 MB Works with Thunderbird 1.0 - 2.0.0.*

1.0.1 is a bug fix release. It fixes issues with loading and saving ThunderBayes settings.

New in version 1.0:

- Added integrated SpamBayes proxy server (can be disabled/bypassed).
- Added ThunderBayes configuration in Thunderbird Account Settings (POP3 accounts only).
- Implemented REST API for SpamBayes, which allows more efficient trainging and automatically updates the SpamBayes review page when training in Thunderbird.

Version 1.0 5.6 MB Works with Thunderbird 1.0 - 2.0.0.*

Changes in this version

- Added integrated SpamBayes proxy server (can be disabled/bypassed).
- Added ThunderBayes configuration in Thunderbird Account Settings (POP3 accounts only).
- Implemented REST API for SpamBayes, which allows more efficient trainging and automatically updates the SpamBayes review page when training in Thunderbird.

Version 0.2.2 20.5 KB Works with Thunderbird 1.0 - 2.0.0.*

Very small update here. It appears that the nsICustomColumnHandler interface changed between Thunderbird 2.0b2 and 2.0.0.0 (a getRowProperties() method was added). Thanks to Kevin Yank for pointing this out! In plain English: it was a minor issue. Your error console will have less junk in it now.

New in version 0.2
- Improved the toolbar button to allow messages to be marked as ham or spam
regardless of the actual spam status of the message.
- Added "Move on mark as ham" feature, which moves messages to Local
Folders Inbox by default (the folder can be customized in the
ThunderBayes extension options).
- Added two new columns to the message list (Thunderbird 2.0 only):
1. Spam Status - a column that shows spam status with four icons:
- Spam - red circle with slash
- Unsure - yellow question mark
- Ham - gray dot
- Unknown - gray question mark (this means the message did not have
a "X-Spambayes-Classification" header, which probably
means it did not pass through the SpamBayes proxy)
2. Spam Probability - a column that shows the spam probability as a
percentage (0% is ham, 100% is spam). Note that this column will be
blank for messages that were received before ThunderBayes 0.2 was
installed.
- Added a new "unsure" button state to the toolbar button.
- Improved spam status recognition. ThunderBayes now uses the
X-SpamBayes-Classification header to determine the spam status. In the
past it relied on the junk status which was set using a filter.
- Thunderbird 2.0 compatibility.

Version 0.2.1 20.5 KB Works with Thunderbird 1.0 - 2.0.0.*

Update: bumped max version to make ThunderBayes work with Thunderbird 2.0.0.* (the previous version only worked with Thunderbird 2.0b2).

New in version 0.2
- Improved the toolbar button to allow messages to be marked as ham or spam
regardless of the actual spam status of the message.
- Added "Move on mark as ham" feature, which moves messages to Local
Folders Inbox by default (the folder can be customized in the
ThunderBayes extension options).
- Added two new columns to the message list (Thunderbird 2.0 only):
1. Spam Status - a column that shows spam status with four icons:
- Spam - red circle with slash
- Unsure - yellow question mark
- Ham - gray dot
- Unknown - gray question mark (this means the message did not have
a "X-Spambayes-Classification" header, which probably
means it did not pass through the SpamBayes proxy)
2. Spam Probability - a column that shows the spam probability as a
percentage (0% is ham, 100% is spam). Note that this column will be
blank for messages that were received before ThunderBayes 0.2 was
installed.
- Added a new "unsure" button state to the toolbar button.
- Improved spam status recognition. ThunderBayes now uses the
X-SpamBayes-Classification header to determine the spam status. In the
past it relied on the junk status which was set using a filter.
- Thunderbird 2.0 compatibility.

Version 0.2 20.5 KB Works with Thunderbird 1.0 - 2.0b2

New in version 0.2
- Improved the toolbar button to allow messages to be marked as ham or spam
regardless of the actual spam status of the message.
- Added "Move on mark as ham" feature, which moves messages to Local
Folders Inbox by default (the folder can be customized in the
ThunderBayes extension options).
- Added two new columns to the message list (Thunderbird 2.0 only):
1. Spam Status - a column that shows spam status with four icons:
- Spam - red circle with slash
- Unsure - yellow question mark
- Ham - gray dot
- Unknown - gray question mark (this means the message did not have
a "X-Spambayes-Classification" header, which probably
means it did not pass through the SpamBayes proxy)
2. Spam Probability - a column that shows the spam probability as a
percentage (0% is ham, 100% is spam). Note that this column will be
blank for messages that were received before ThunderBayes 0.2 was
installed.
- Added a new "unsure" button state to the toolbar button.
- Improved spam status recognition. ThunderBayes now uses the
X-SpamBayes-Classification header to determine the spam status. In the
past it relied on the junk status which was set using a filter.
- Thunderbird 2.0b2 compatibility.

Version 0.1.1 14.3 KB Works with Thunderbird 1.0 - 1.5.0.*

New in 0.1.1: progress feedback in status bar (training SpamBayes does not block GUI anymore).