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Adaptive Bayesian Junk Mail Filter Business propaganda must be obtrusive and blatant. It is its aim to attract the attention of slow people, to rouse latent wishes, to entice men to substitute innovation for inert clinging to traditional routine. In order to succeed, advertising must be adjusted to the mentality of the people courted.
The Direct Marketing sector regards the telephone as one of its most successful tools. Consumers experience telemarketing from a completely different point of view: more than 92% perceive commercial telephone calls as a violation of privacy. Telemarketers make use of a telescript - a guideline for a telephone conversation. This script creates an imbalance in the conversation between the marketer and the consumer. It is this imbalance, most of all, that makes telemarketing successful. The EGBG Counterscript attempts to redress that balance.
We offer an experimental mail relay testing service. It runs in two modes: Anonymous mode sends commands to the server to be tested but doesn't actually send any mail. This can report false positives, hosts that appear to be open relays but actually aren't because they reject or discard a message after appearing to accept it. Registered user mode attempts to relay a message through the server to be tested.
SpamWeasel Free This freeware utility will delete or archive spam and place an optional warning notice on any suspect spam mail it allows through to your inbox. It has been superseded by SpamWeasel Pro which embodies feedback from the many thousands of users of the Free product who asked us for an enhanced utility to defeat the more sophisticated techniques used by spammers, and one that was easier to install.
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