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The following might use Spam``Assassin. It has been suggested that they use Spam``Assassin, but their public websites do not give any indication either way.) Other versions: CommercialWindows, ["CommercialMacOSX"], CommercialUnix, CommercialNetworkAppliances, ["CommercialISPs"], CommercialMaybe The following might use Spam``Assassin. It has been suggested that they use Spam``Assassin, but their public websites do not give any indication either way.) Other versions: CommercialWindows, [[CommercialMacOSX]], CommercialUnix, CommercialNetworkAppliances, [[CommercialISPs]], CommercialMaybe
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 * [http://www.blackspider.com/ BlackSpider] relay service (JustinMason: do BlackSpider use SpamAssassin? There's no indication on their website that they do.)  * [[http://www.blackspider.com/|BlackSpider]] relay service (JustinMason: do BlackSpider use SpamAssassin? There's no indication on their website that they do.)
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 * [http://www.bastionmail.co.uk/ Bastion Mail] relay service based on Spam Assassin and Mail Scanner.  * [[http://www.bastionmail.co.uk/|Bastion Mail]] relay service based on Spam Assassin and Mail Scanner.
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 * [http://www.messagelabs.com/ MessageLabs] relay service (JustinMason: do MessageLabs still use SA in their system? I don't think they do, any more.)  * [[http://www.messagelabs.com/|MessageLabs]] relay service (JustinMason: do MessageLabs still use SA in their system? I don't think they do, any more.)
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 * [http://www.gmx.net/ GMX] (free)mail service (they once [http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/36817 definitely] used SpamAssassin and it feels like they still do, at least in parts)  * [[http://www.gmx.net/|GMX]] (free)mail service (they once [[http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/36817|definitely]] used SpamAssassin and it feels like they still do, at least in parts)

Maybe these use SpamAssassin

The following might use SpamAssassin. It has been suggested that they use SpamAssassin, but their public websites do not give any indication either way.) Other versions: CommercialWindows, CommercialMacOSX, CommercialUnix, CommercialNetworkAppliances, CommercialISPs, CommercialMaybe

Listing

Not Listed?

If your commercial product uses SpamAssassin, and is not listed here, please feel free to edit the page and add details. However, keep it short -- preferably just a link -- and we reserve the right to edit or even remove whatever's published here (especially if we cannot determine from publically-accessible information that the product does use SpamAssassin).

For fairness, we're trying to keep the items in each category in alphabetical order.

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