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  Re: Passive Aggressive Spam Filtering (mod 8/34)
by Kurt (68.151.57.38) (kurt@seifried.org) on Fri Jul 17 06:49:36 2009 (GMT)
  Sadly it's this and all the other problems of spam filtering that led me to simply give up and use Google apps (domain email hosting) for my personal stuff. Ity's worrying that the cost of spam filtering is going up (i.e. more CPU time, bandwidth, etc.) and that it doesn't seem to be working, I'm hoping Bob will come up with something else clever to help save the world from spam =).
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