Adaptive e-mail intention finding mechanism based on e-mail words social networks

  title={Adaptive e-mail intention finding mechanism based on e-mail words social networks},
  author={Che-Fu Yeh and Ching-Hao Mao and Hahn-Ming Lee and Tsuhan Chen},
  booktitle={LSAD '07},
Through the rapid evaluation of spam, no fully successful solution for filtering spam has been found. However, the spammers still spread spam by using the same intentions such as advertising and phishing. In this investigation, we propose a mechanism of E-mail Words Social Network (EWSN) for profiling users' intentions related to interesting and uninteresting e-mails. An EWSN is constructed from the information in an individual user's mailbox, and expands e-mail information from the World Wide… CONTINUE READING
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