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WiscNet members choose anti-spam products for different needs

Members of WiscNet, a non-profit cooperative that networks Wisconsin institutions, took different directions in choosing anti-spam software after a test conducted with eWeek last September, the magazine has reported.

After months of seeking out anti-spam systems, examining more than 30 respondents and choosing six fo......

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To conduct the tests, WiscNet member organizations chose different anti-spam providers.

Carroll College wanted a system that would be implemented on campus in order to retain privacy and freedom of speech for students, but needed something that was effective enough to filter through over 1 million messages per month. John Arecha......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Katy Williams 12/01/04


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