My company's support E-mail alias has been put on a Russian Spam list, and I receive a few dozen Russian spam E-mails a week in my Microsoft Outlook 2003 Inbox. I've clicked on every single one, and marked them as Spam with the ESET Antispam toolbar, but after manually classifying over 100 messages as spam, I'm wondering if ESET just can't read Russian Spam. Is this true? After I classify them as Spam, ESET changes the subject to nothing but ??, so I'm guessing it just can't read it.