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I use Gmail, and have always been very happy with it. Moved to Win7, so had to change from OE, to WLM. Now all spam comes into my in-box, this never happened with OE - Gmail hid it. Help, please?
I get a lot of junk e-mail. I was out sick for a week and have almost 2000 messages of which 99% are junk. However, Outlook will only let me block sender one at a time. This is going to take a week while more junk keeps piling in.
I need to implement anti-spam in the company and I intend to use the rules and services in Lotus Domino 6.5. Somebody already implement this? Is useful?