ajcartmell at fonant.com
Thu Feb 28 18:01:06 GMT 2008
> With 2,000 educational users, I see only about 70% spam.
> So it does vary quite a lot.
I'd have thought that spam-amount-per-user is very roughly constant, once
the addresses are on all the big spammers' lists. So isn't the ratio much
more affected by the volume of non-spam mail each user gets? For example,
someone with no mailing list subscriptions will get a much higher % spam
than someone who subscribes to lots, if they both get the same number of
Number of spams per day per user might be more interesting to compare
between domains/installations, thus removing the number of non-spam
messages from the comparison?
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