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OEone HomeBase ANYWHERE Now Includes Server-Side Spam Filtering

Tuesday May 20th, 2003

Mike Potter writes: "OEone has updated its online HomeBase ANYWHERE service, to include the most requested feature after our last release: server side spam filtering. When combined with Mozilla's client side spam filtering, this means practically no spam for end users. As well, this new version brings with it improved address book performance, improved bookmarks and other small changes. Mozilla users who would like an easy way to setup OEone HomeBase, which includes an IMAP email account, LDAP access to your contacts and a WebDAV server to publish Mozilla Calendar files and Mozilla Composer files, can install the XPI that I wrote, after going to OEone's site to register."


#2 interesting alternative to .Mac

by RamDam

Wednesday May 21st, 2003 2:44 AM

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Hum,

Some features provided by this service are listed among the most requested feature by .Mac Service subscribers.

On september, when I'll have to renew my .Mac for US$100 I'll think twice and will check this alternative again.

Thanks to Mozilla, OEOne Homebase has also the potential to be truly cross-platform, but the Calendar module still doesn't work on my mac.

Another interesting feature to implement could be Server-side IMAP Mail filtering (with SIEVE for example) If we have our mail directories and contents, addresbook on server side, why are we needed to store filters on client-side ?

Of course, this feature should be implemented in Mozilla first. May be it's worth a bug report