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Unix spamkillers make their way to Windows

This morning I forwarded 24 emails to SpamCop. Most were in Korean, and did nothing but clutter up my inbox with HTML mail. Still, maybe some one using Spam Assassin won't get them, as SpamCop's spam database is used to feed it. But as I run a Windows mail server, it's not available for me... yet.

It looks like Deersoft is porting Spam Assassin to Windows. You can sign up for the beta (when it's released) on the Deersoft web site. I can't wait.

I'm also playing with Cloudmark's SpamNet. It's still a little flaky, but is built on the well-regarded Vipul's Razor spam detection network. We'll see how that goes, too.


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Jul. 8th, 2002 11:27 pm (UTC)
It's a small world...
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