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  • #46
    Originally posted by Asher
    I've had Outlook with junk mail filtering for more than a year. I used the SpamAssassin plugin which seamlessly integrates.

    And Outlook 2003 is certainly available to the general public, anyone can download it.
    Tis a BETA. Presumably you'll have to pay for the full version.

    It's also a much more advanced and tweaked version of the algorithms Mail used, which are the ones MS made public in 1998 in the paper I linked. They've continually advanced it ever since, because MS didn't deem the algorithms as of 1998 to be accurate enough. Now they think it's good enough for widespread use, and hence its inclusion in MSN's Outlook Express (for over a year now), and Outlook 2003.
    Well, Mail is free and works perfectly once you train it.
    Only feebs vote.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Agathon
      Tis a BETA. Presumably you'll have to pay for the full version.
      No, it's not a beta. The final was RTM weeks ago and the one on the internet is a leaked final build of Office 2003 Professional Enterprise Edition, 5 CDs of software.

      And yes, you're supposed to pay for the full version.
      "The issue is there are still many people out there that use religion as a crutch for bigotry and hate. Like Ben."
      Ben Kenobi: "That means I'm doing something right. "

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Asher

        And yes, you're supposed to pay for the full version.
        I'm not conceited, conceit is a fault and I have no faults...

        Civ and WoW are my crack... just one... more... turn...

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