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SpamGeek V1.0.11

Daniel Nashed  24 August 2009 14:27:50

Since Release 1.0 of SpamGeek I had not much feedback from users beside that it works extremely well for them.
All companies using it are Notes Business Partners (geeks) who are interested in how it works and want to be in full control of their Anti-SPAM settings.

The changes I added are mostly fixing smaller issues here and there. There was one issue with calculation of black/white list words. And a couple of other details that are minor changes.
I have found most of them in my own productive environment and tested the changes for a while.

I think Version 1.0 was a good first release and there is currently not much to do for me.
One idea was to add a very simple antivirus option because I want that for my own environment.
But right now I cannot justify the time working on that if it is only me.
If you have ideas and feedback let me know.

You should upgrade to 1.0.11. If you are running a version 1.0 or higher you simply have to switch the binary.

If you want to use the current version drop me a mail.

SpamGeek is currently still not a selling product because I don't see a big market for a geeky antispam solution.
Therefore I don't do any marketing for it. It's still free for a small shop with 5-10 users.

-- Daniel
Comments

1Jérôme Deniau  15.12.2015 17:01:48  SpamGeek V1.0.11

Hi Daniel,

Can we have a try (we are just 9 users) for linux 64/Domino 64?

Thanks.

2Daniel Nashed  16.12.2015 9:12:32  SpamGeek V1.0.11

@Jérôme, I will send it to you by email

3Jérôme Deniau  14.01.2016 16:11:57  SpamGeek V1.0.11

@Daniel, Thanks works really great for our 64 linux server...

4Henning Heinz  18.03.2016 18:18:02  SpamGeek V1.0.11

Well, we are 30 users (on unsupported Debian 64Bit) so maybe there is a (small) market?

We are currently handling our Spam externally. It is inexpensive and works ok but I would like to have more control about what gets refused (or not) and to be honest I would love to have something to play with on Domino too.

I don't work for an IBM Business Partner and have been happily using your really great Start/Stop Script for Unix for years.

I have used kSpam in the past but it is abandoned now. For AV we currently use Kaspersky for IBM Domino but it does not work for us since 2 years, even on Windows, although it is supposed to).

But I have to be honest. We are e.g. not using Geniisoft products because it was too expensive for my boss so the millions have to be made somewhere else.

Apart from all this it is great that there are still people around in the IBM Domino world with such a deep knowledge and you even share some of it

Thank you!

Henning


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