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Not sure that this is actually the right forum, but it seems the most relevant.

I just wondered if you had any recommendations on anti-SPAM software. I'm getting a lot of it, and at the moment am trialling Norton AntiSpam but a lot is still getting through. Have you any thoughts on for example iHateSpam or any other products?
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1. Does you ISP offer any spam tools?

2. I think Cloudmark's Spamnet works the best, but it's not cheap:
http://www.cloudmark...oducts/spamnet/

3. I've also heard very good things about Qurb:
http://www.qurb.com/

I use a server side solution Spam Assassin, as well as Spamnet, and Outlook filters. That catches almost all my Spam. If you look on the Internet you may be able to find a beta version of Spamnet that still works, and it's free.

I'm sure others will have more recommendations. <_<
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Thanks for the advice - I'll look at these
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