> More than likely didnt make the list
> because it's open source....but Opera
> starts instantly and runs fine on my
> p266mhz. I would have to say that Opera
> is one of the best browsers available
> for Linux (and Windows) right now.
I fully agree. The last release of Opera is the best choice at the moment. This is a popular opinion.
> While this is an excellent article about
> spam filtering software, it should be
> noted that spamassassin is not just a
> spam filter. It is a frontend to a
> number of different filters and rlb
> checks and other tests for spam.
> For example, spamassassin can be
> configured to check the razor, pyzor,
> and dcc content based blacklistst for
> the message, it can also run other spam
> filters as part of the filtering
> It is very easy to extend using perl
> There are a number of additional checks
> that are being created by users for
> spamassassin which keeps it up to date
> with modern spamming techniques, e.g.
> Rules de Jour and
> rules emporium.
> Also, it is possible to configure
> spamassassin to use any of the filters
> mentioned in the article (and most
> others) as part of the filtering
> process. I personally recommend dspam or
> Spamassassin also integrates very well
> with MTAs, and can run in a high
> performance daemon mode.
I have installed Spamassassin on FreeBsd.
Yes, the Spamassassin is very handy but in my case it take more processor time and overload the system