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personal mail server, virtual appliance repository

On Sun, Jan 10, 2010 at 3:02 AM, Tom Metro <tmetro-blu-5a1Jt6qxUNc at> wrote:
> One thing that would make
> things a step easier (or at least rewind the clock to a time before spam
> was the dominant traffic) would be the ability to outsource spam filtering.
> Basically an SMTP proxy that you could use as your public MX, which
> would then relay to a private server you run. That way it can be someone
> else's job to keep up with the latest in anti-spam measures, yet you
> retain control over how your email is delivered and stored. Of course
> there are commercial providers for this kind of thing, but I'm not aware
> of any that would be cost effective on a personal scale.

DynDNS's MailHop Relay looks like it fits the bill and is $50/year:

In general I've been very happy with their services...

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