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 Nov 19, 2004 - 12:00 PM - by Michael
* Bill Gates: World's Most Spammed Man

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Bill Gates is apparently the world's most spammed man, receiving over 4 million emails a day (mostly spam).

His solution? An army of employees to filter it. Or at least, an army of coders always updating his spam filter.

Ballmer said Microsoft has special technology that just filters spam intended for Gates.

"Literally there's a whole department almost that takes care of it," he said.
Me? I rely on Spambayes for my filtering, and it works pretty well.
 

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