[maemo-users] [maemo] ??

From: Acadia Secure Networks acadiasecurenets at aol.com
Date: Wed Oct 17 17:04:40 EEST 2007

if you are running your own mail server you may want to consider a 
public spam filtering service, of which there are several available.

I don't use one myself because my mail service provider actually does a 
great job, and has for years, of filtering out spam and malware infected 

Microsoft recently joined the bandwagon with respect to mail filtering 
services by launching its own hosted service to provide spam filtering.

As far as I know, the customer's mail server does not have to be running 
Microsoft Exchange in order to use this service.

Here is the url to the www page that explains Microsoft's service which 
they offer under the name of "Exchange Hosted Services":


here is the url the www page for a 30 day trial:


here is the url to the www page with the pricing ($1.75/month per month 
(per destination email address, I assume, and with a minimum of 5 


and here is a url to the datasheet for the filtering service


In the data sheet the following claims are made with respect to the 
Service Level Agreement (SLA) for this service"

Microsoft Exchange Hosted Filtering provides comprehensive Service Level 
Agreements (SLAs) backing network performance and spam and virus 
filtering effectiveness. The SLAs include:

Filtering Network Infrastructure
• Service availability: 99.999% service uptime
• Email Delivery: Email delivered in seconds, with a commitment to 
delivery in less than two minutes
Filtering Accuracy
• Virus Blocking: 100% protection against all known viruses
• Spam Capture: Capture of at least 95% of all spam messages
• False Positive Ratio: Fewer than 1 in 250,000 messages incorrectly 
marked as spam

Best Regards,

John Holmblad

Acadia Secure Networks, LLC

*Serving the SmartDigital^TM home, entrepreneurial enterprise, and 
emerging network service provider markets*

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Gary Baribault wrote:
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> Could le mailing list administrator add 'maemo' in square braces at the
> beginning of the subject for the list please, or something else simmilar?
> I get a ton of spam in a day with all kinds of stupid stuff in the
> subject line.. The tag at the beginning of the subject would really help!
> Thanks
> Gary Baribault
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