My spin There’s two sides to the equastion here. 1) stopping spam so end users are not inconvenienced 2) stopping spam so networks are not needlessly burdened. For the first problem, I’ve found that Spamassassin.org works perfectly. For the 2nd problem….there are few solutions.
News Clip: WASHINGTON (Reuters) — Spam must be stopped, according to lawmakers and Internet experts, but few agreed how to curb the unwanted junk e-mail they say threatens to overwhelm the Internet’s most (full story)
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