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Spam Filter Recommendations Please.

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#1 Slime58


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Posted 25 August 2016 - 10:25 AM

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,



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#2 Smsec


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Posted 25 August 2016 - 03:24 PM

You can use GMail as a spam filter and retain your current email account, You configure gmail to fetch your email from your current provider and then get your email from GMail. Keep your existing SMTP settings and you'll still be able to send as your existing account. There directions on doing this on: http://www.computerhope.com/tips/tip133.htm. GMail's spam filtering is very effective. 

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