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Ads in Outgoing Messages [message #1157] Mon, 20 June 2005 15:55 Go to previous message
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I am a computer tech and have an e-mail server in my home so I can test products and settings before I put them on my customers live servers. My wife and I are the only ones that get e-mail through this server. When a customer asked me to find them a SPAM filter I tried a few and settled on NST as the best in it's price range. I loaded the free version on my server so I could learn to use it before I had my customer order their full version.

I am willing to look at the in-coming ads in order to have the software local to learn on. What I can't figure out is how ads are being placed in my outgoing messages. When I send a message it should go from my PC to my mail server software. It then sends it to the destination server on the web, so how come they all contain an ad stating "Mail was checked for spam by the Freeware Edition of No Spam Today!"? The mail was not supposed to be checked, why would I check outgoing mail for spam? Is this behaviour by design or do I have something configured wrong?

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