Originally Posted by devildog2067
So, it's a better product. For free. And they are o my asking for a bit of information. What's the problem?
There are free pop3/smtp e-mail clients that are very powerful. They have spam filtering abilities similar to Y!/G, and there are people who hand-roll filters that you can access for free. (Much like the add-ons to Firefox.)
I wish I knew what the names are, but Google is your friend. Until they violate your privacy.