~~~last year and a half. I am getting well over 100 a day, ~~~sometimes twice that ~~~much and SpamBayes is catching just about EVERYTHING - unreal. ~~~ Will you guys let us know if you see a comparable server version. Cloudmark was a bit pricey for the server. The better half's server at company uses "MessageLabs SkyScan" and I am sure that it is pricey. Looks like a best of breed tier. A quote from them: "MessageLabs Stops More Spam in July Than in All of 2002; Spam Accounts For Half Of Global Corporate Email..." I have really appreciated Cloudmark SpamNet in outlook. For a large company that obviously saves big bucks at the server level. I have enjoyed the SpamBayes thread and now loading it on one machine for a test spin. Cloudmark causes outlook to leave processes hung open I think. I experienced this on several machines. And I have issues with multiple instances and missing a few spams here and there when it is not actively scanning for some reason. But on the better side it has blocked 4000 spams in about 2-3 months and is free and has the best update plan I can imagine, it lets users flag spam at the mother server and you get the benefit of the masses. I rarely have to think about blocking new spam. Although I don't really care for it going out to another server for info all the time. Also, I think many of us have a company email and a private one. This is my private one. But when using my company email, I always thought it was appropriate to publish who I was visiting another company via web or via email, so the endless distribution of my factual identity, email, name, phone begins and is a double edge sword. Email2 will be thought of soon I hope, a whole knew way of doing this. -Mark in Charleston
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