[opendtv] Re: Start-up glitches

  • From: "John Golitsis" <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <opendtv@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2004 12:26:03 -0500

There are 2 things that make me hesitate considering such software.  First is
that in many ways, email is my business and I'd hate to have REAL mail deleting
by accident.  What's the guarantee that this won't happen?  Second, to some
extent at least, SPAM amuses me!

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Segal Gary-r36550" <Gary.Segal@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> While some people are waiting with baited breath for Bill Gates to deliver on
his promise of eradicating spam in 24 (I guess now 22) months, I've found a
technical solution that works great today.  It's free open source software
called Spambayes.  There is an Outlook plug-in (which I use), and versions that
can be installed between a POP server and clients on Unix.
> I cannot say enough good things about Spambayes.  It is currently catching
over 99% of my inbound spam, with the rest ending up in it's "suspect spam"
folder.  Did I mention that it is free, open source, software?

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