Admin Digest: Stopping Spam with Linux - page 3
All of the solutions outlined in this article work on the server regardless of the email client used to read mail. So you could implant a spam-blocking policy on a Linux server, and continue to read email on a different platform (like Netscape on a Macintosh for instance) while still getting the benefits of Linux!
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