As you know, there have been so much spam that Government decide to illegalize it, but I know it’s a BS excuse to get the government foot in the door, so I was wondering, is Linux creating a E-mail filter software that users can decide who they want to accept e-mails from, so we can keep the government out of the internet ?
You can create filters on most e-mail applications these days that operate off user defined rules.
As far as I know, Linux isn’t an AI yet, so I’d bet all my money on “no”. Wait a minute, I haven’t got that much money… well, what the heck, lets put my arms, legs and health on the bet too
hum, i recieved a message from a friend some days ago, there is a good spamfilter for linux, called bogofilter : http://bogofilter.sourceforge.net/
… if it does not work for u, just check freshmeat.net
You can create filters on most e-mail applications these days that operate off user defined rules.[/quote]
That’s what my server got now, but how much are they and why the government passing laws if these are already in place ?