1) I'd go with "CYBERSitter AntiSpam", the NicerMail just sounds like it belongs on a desktop, not a server. The CYBERSitter AntiSpam captures both the spam and adult blocking features.
2) (Sending off list). Thanks, -Bill Naber -----Original Message----- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Brian Milburn Sent: Friday, January 24, 2003 6:11 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [NoXMail] Opinions Please Hi everyone, Actually I have 2 things... Item 1. It looks like the name "No-X-Mail" is out which is no surprise to me. I write software ok, but marketing is not my best thing. We received some research materials back and that name has a definite problem in that "CYBERsitter" already has recognition for adult oriented material, and the "No-X-Mail" makes it appear that the product is strictly for adult messages, not necessarily spam in general. So it's down to "CYBERsitter AntiSpam" or "CYBERsitter NicerMail". We already own the nicermail.* domains. That's a plus. If you do a google search on CYBERsitter AntiSpam you still get hits from a product we published in 1998. That's a negative. The research indicated that the NicerMail name imparts a more "friendly" implication. We have used "For a Family Friendly Internet" as a service mark for many years. It's on all our t-shirts and everything ;-) Also, the nicermail.com will also be used for filtered subscription email services we will be offering to our regular CYBERsitter customers. My opinion is that NicerMail maybe does not imply something as "industrial strength" as mail admins may want. So... opinions anyone? Item 2. I will be posting a release candidate version next week. The NoxAnalyxe.exe program is now NoxAdmin.exe (of course the names may now change). It is really cool now. There are no more popup menus, everything is all hyperlinked, color coded, and you can use the whole thing with just a mouse unless you want to edit a file. You can view or edit any file, deliver held messages, and do pretty much anything from any computer anywhere. If anyone wants to use it before next week, let me know. The licensing mechanisms have changed and now require a license code and a separate key code. So before you can install the upcoming version I will need to issue you new codes. The key code is keyed on your server IP address. So if you will send me (off-list if you like) your server IP address I will send you each your own codes. If your server has more than one IP address, just send me one of them, it doesn't matter which one, as long as it is valid for IMail. Thanks and have a good weekend. -Brian --- [This E-mail scanned for viruses by Solid Oak Software] Archives: http://www.mail-archive.com/nox-list%40mail.noxmail.com/ Removal address: [EMAIL PROTECTED] l.com --- [This E-mail scanned for viruses by Solid Oak Software] Archives: http://www.mail-archive.com/nox-list%40mail.noxmail.com/ Removal address: [EMAIL PROTECTED]