Let's talk about spam for a second. My home SBS server gets roughly 30-40 peices of spam email a day. That's my home server! I think I finally got my IMF (Intelligent Message Filter) settings just right. I get 2-3 of these a day into the junk email filter of Outlook, and probably 1 per week that actually lands in my inbox. Not terrible by any means and I'm quite happy with it. Of course I do have Multiple Layers of spam filtering as I mentioned earlier.
Now I only wish I could get spam filtering on my snail-mail box (that's the USPS mailbox sitting outside my house). Today a site passed through my inbox that I just had to share. Using the Opt Out Prescreen website, you can opt-out from getting those 0% credit card offers, which I get 2-3 of those a day!
Why not save the paper people, we already know you toss 98% of those in the garbage!
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