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IntelliJ IDEA 10  - 40% off personal licence
PyCharm 1.2 / PHPStorm 2  - 50% off personal licence
RubyMine 3 - 30% off personal licence

also YouTrack -  50% off any edition

I have been looking at PyCharm and PHPStorm so this offer has come at a good time for me.

I am looking to start some Java (Android) development and since the Java IDEA includes all the language plugins and is equivalent to PyCharm + PHPStorm + RubyMine + more all under the one roof I might consider the full IDEA with 40% off although the eventual upgrade cost will be more than upgrading just 2 of the language specific IDEs.

General Software Discussion / Dealing with spam
« on: January 06, 2008, 08:31 AM »
Having lurked here for a while it is time for me to emerge from the shadows and say hello, wish you all a Happy New Year and give my thanks to those who make this forum the great place that it is. (A few credits on the way to mouser).

Can I ask how people are dealing with Spam?

I have found Cloudmark ( a very effective solution on the desktop - see Tech Support Alert review  here

Cloudmark works fine for me on Thunderbird which I have just adopted in place of Outlook but I need to catch spam at my mail server for when I use the Roundcube client.

I have just set up Exim4+SpamAssassin on  Debian Etch  but a lot of spam is getting through on the default settings - I will need to spend some time finding out how to tweak it.

I would be interested in other peoples experience in dealing with Spam on the desktop and at the server.


Bob Scott

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