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  1. Thread: Gmail

    by OlySiteOp
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    Seems to me the guys at google are pretty smart. ...

    Seems to me the guys at google are pretty smart. I'm betting they know enough not to search for keywords in messages marked as junk (assuming they also have junk mail detection built-in).
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    For the most part, yes. Except Win98 != WinXP. ...

    For the most part, yes. Except Win98 != WinXP. WinXP is still actively patched when new flaws are discovered (albeit slowly).

    A few tips.

    #1 - EDUCATE YOUR USERS - most important factor by...
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    svchost.exe is a generic host process used by...

    svchost.exe is a generic host process used by WinXP. It can be used to exchange data for any number of purposes. I was plugged into a customers Verizon DSL last week for a few hours and I blocked...
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    Well said

    Well said
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    I use Kerio v2.1.5. It has never once crashed...

    I use Kerio v2.1.5. It has never once crashed on me (WinXp) and uses less then 1% of my resources. When I'm not behind my net hardware, I definately have this running.


    I dug up the download...
  6. Thread: tiny/norton

    by OlySiteOp
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    Poll: I use Kerio v2.1.5. It is based on Tiny, and...

    I use Kerio v2.1.5. It is based on Tiny, and works great. By default it's set to require authorization (permit/deny, or make permanent rule) everytime something asks for access. After a few days...
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