Curtin University’s Anti-Spam Research Lab has calculated Spam 2.0 - found on blogs, wikis and social networks - could be costing large organisations $43,000 a year just to provide the additional storage capacity mopped up by Spam content. The Lab is now finalising patents which it hopes will allow the release of a new breed of anti-Spam tool later this year.
I'm using a desktop client with my own configured spam filter, and I'm absolutely unhappy with Gmail server side anti-spam, as it makes too much false-positives. How can I disable it? I've tried setting up filter for all letters with an action set to "Never send it to Spam", but some letters still are sent to the Spam folder by Gmail. Any other ways?