Marvin RE: Best Way Blocking Spams
hosting at reallynicehosting.com
Mon Apr 28 16:39:03 PDT 2003
Yikes, my jaw hit the floor when I saw the prices for Marvin.
What makes it so much better than SpamAssassin that it's worth that
Personally, I don't see how a host could afford that and why they would
want to pay a monthly fee with the availability of databases like
spamcop, GPL programs like SpamAssassin, Razor, MailScanner, Bogofilter
That costs more than all of my other overhead combined, per domain that
Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2003 10:59:09 -0500 (CDT)
From: Adam Maloney <adamm at sihope.com>
Subject: RE: Best Way Blocking Spams
To: freebsd-isp at freebsd.org
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This is somewhat of a shameless plug, but since it's on topic I think
We are a Minneapolis based ISP. We didn't like any of the current
solutions available, so we developed our own. It's similar to Postini,
but we've put a lot of thought into it which makes it very ISP-centric,
so I like it better. And it runs on FreeBSD.
We have a specific pricing structure for service providers who want to
provide it to their customers.
It is a commercial solution, but if anyone is looking for another "hands
off" approach like Troy mentioned, check http://marvin.sihope.com.
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