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Slime

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Hi all

I've been using Spamihilator for some while now and I was wondering whether there are better ones out there.

Spam'tor used to filter out many spam emails and put them in the 'Training Area' but it's put nothing in there for a few weeks now.

This itsself is very unusual but, at the same time, I've noticed that I've not received several emails sent to me by known and trusted sources.

I've now lost confidence in Spam'tor and would like to use another recommended programme.

Thanks in advance,

 

Slime.

 


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paws

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some of the webmail applications have good built in spam filter features, Gmail, Hotmail/Outlook.com etc.,

Some folks use gmail to access their emails and then push them out via their regular email client and this can work quite well. (although recent hotmail changes can sometimes make this tricky)

 

Take a look here:

http://www.techsuppo...verage-user.htm

 

I have used Mailwasher in the past and found it good, but I have no knowledge of the others. I do not use it now, as by changing my SOP's spam is no longer an issue for me]

regards

paws


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