I now use Google’s free email service, GMail for about 95% of the reading and composing of messages that I do. I have roughly a dozen email accounts that all get funneled in one way or another to Gmail.
The built in spam filtering is not quite excellent, but it’s darn good. It stores the last 30 days spam messages for you in a folder aptly titled “Spam” – and mine usually has between 1,300 and 1,400 depending on what time of day it is That’s 46 emails per day that I don’t have to see touch worry about virus’.
I don’t miss the emails from Usnu Buku.
Update: The recent flood of Rolex spam has pushed my 30 day spam count over 1700. Ugh.