SPAM HAM DETECTION
Spam is any kind of unwanted, unsolicited digital communication that gets sent out in bulk. Often spam is sent via email, but it can also be distributed via text messages, phone calls, or social media.
While it may not be possible to avoid spam altogether, there are steps you can take to help protect yourself against falling for a scam or getting phished from a spam message
What does the word "Ham" mean, in the context of anti-spam?
Nowadays, it's likely that everyone knows what Spam means, in the context of e-mail. The use of the word Ham: It is an email that is not Spam. In other words, "non-spam", or "good mail". It should be considered a shorter, snappier synonym for "non-spam". Its usage is particularly common among anti-spam software developers, and not widely known elsewhere; in general it is probably better to use the term "non-spam", instead. By detecting unsolicited and unwanted emails, we can prevent spam messages from creeping into the user’s inbox, thereby improving user experience.
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