Antispam: although probably not the most exciting feature of a security suite, it is still one that serves a useful purpose (if it works correctly) and it is something you will be paying for if you purchase ESS. How are people finding it? On the spam I recieve it seems to be working very effectively, even after a short period of use when it probably hasnt finished the 'learning' process, it is certainly working better than Mozilla's Thunderbird's AntiJunk feature. I'm running Thunderbird and Outlook Express on the same mail accounts to test the effectiveness of ESS AntiSpam. I have a few questions on it: 1. from reading the help file I understand that as well as the Bayesian filter it also relies on updates received in the same way as the anti-virus updates. Will these updates be shown on the Updates page of the web site too, either as a seperate entry or part of the anti-virus signatures, e.g. 'antispam updated'? 2. If spam emails are not being recognised as such, as well as marking them as spam to deal with them for me, should spam emails be submitted so any updates to the anti-spam module can be made (if necessary)? 3. finally, how is it working for others? i dont suppose i get anywhere near as much spam as others so how is it handling spam for those that are being heavily spammed? thanks!