On Thu, Feb 24, 2005 at 03:14:21PM +0000, conor.daly at cod.utvinternet.com mentioned:
> > You could pay a hosting company to provide you with a mail server and then use
> Depending on the hosting arrangements, you may not be able to run proper
> spam filtering.
> > On Demand Mail Relaying (ODMR) to collect your email and deliver it to
> > your local mail server. ODMR is supported by fetchmail and means you
> > can keep your mailserver behind a firewall with a dynamic ip address,
> And you still have to download all the spam and viruses first.
<plug> Just use a hosting company that provides ODMR, and uses
blacklists, so for free you cut out 60% of your mail volume.
Optional proper virus scanning is nice too. </plug>
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