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It's a cube--no wait, it's a filter

Posted on March 30, 2006 by Sarah Eaton.

So this looks pretty neat, based on the article I read in the NY Times.  Hardware as spam guard dog rather than software.

However, here are the last two sentences of the article, which doesn't bode well for opt-in marketers:

In one week, 579 pieces of spam flowed into my e-mail accounts and the Spam Cube correctly identified all but 16 as spam.

Unfortunately, it also flagged 90 legitimate messages as spam or phishing messages.

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