Spam Filtering

After using SpamCop for the past few months with moderate success, I’m moving to bayespam and changing from POP3 to IMAP. After all the reading I’ve done on the subject, I’m excited to see how this works out. Once bayespam has learned about spam, we’re going to see if we can teach it to auto-organize our mail into folders as well – stay tuned for more on this, probably through a link to a friend’s site in the next few weeks. Now if SnapperMail would hurry up with the IMAP support, I’d be a really happy camper.