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Hmm. This seems quite pricey. Pepperfish's spam filtering stuff enables users to define what happens to spams, to certian addresses, and at certian point levels. It's very rare it gets a false-positive, and is generally rather wonderful. I seem to recall an @ppfm.net address is a tenner a year, or something. With webmail, POP, IMAP, SSH, spam/virus checking and the works. Although this isn't an advert at all. :)

(Also, since when has spam been an acronym?)

 is a RISC OS Usernunfetishist on 30/4/03 11:47AM
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