Archive for September, 2009

Spam Check is Live on AppExchange


I am pleased to announce that Spam Check is now live on the AppExchange.

Spam Check lets your Salesforce system evaluate your data to see if it’s Spam. It contains built-in support for incoming Web-to-Lead and Web-to-Case data and also has global Apex methods that allow developers to incorporate Spam checks in their applications (e.g. a custom Salesforce Site).  This application delivers a solution for a popular idea from the community.

Spam Check uses Akismet, the leading spam evaluation service used on tens of thousands of blogs and websites everyday. Akismet gets its intelligence from the vast community that uses it everyday.  Spam Check allows you to contribute to it and make it more intelligent for the whole community and for your Salesforce system specifically.

Install it from the AppExchange to start a free, no obligation 30-day trial.  Once installed, you will get an email pointing you to the Spam Check Setup Guide.

For more information, please visit the Spam Check page on our website or its AppExchange listing.

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Winter ’10 Release


The Winter 10 release is right around the corner and Winter ’10 Pre-Release Orgs are now available.  Go here to sign up for a new org on the Winter 10 release.

Additionally, the Winter ’10 Release Notes have made an appearance.  Keep an eye on the Last Updated Date on the front page of that document as I assume the document will be changing leading up to the release.

Emails went out yesterday telling administrators about the scheduled downtime.  On the System Status Page, you can see the Winter 10 schedule.  The first Production orgs to get it are NA1, NA6, NA7 and AP1 on October 3.  The rest follow on October 10.

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