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.
Install Scrollout F1 Anti-Spam Firewall On Ubuntu In 30 Minutes
Scrollout F1 is a free anti-spam and anti-virus email firewall
(gateway) for multiple domains and email servers. This document
to install Scrollout F1 from scratch, on a fresh Ubuntu Server. It
also on Ubuntu Alternate version.
Say I have an email with its message source. What I am trying to achieve is to run an anti-spam scan to determine which line in the message triggers the anti-spam program. The line that triggers the anti-spam program will produce an output of "Spam".
Suppose we allow (non-porn/violence/political/illegal products) spam, having Staffers move discovered spam to a Spam sub where the Music, PCA, Sports, etc subs are above the Lounge (instead of to the Trashcan). It could be titled, "Spam." ;)
Spam is ads. We have lots of ads here. Some members like to look at ads, and some even like to click on them if a good deal seems to be there.
I recently upgraded our spam filter to ASSP 2.4.1. I copied all the configuration and it appears to work just fine except for one thing: it isn't blocking nearly as much spam as it should. I'm really not sure where to even begin.