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Best And Easiest Spam Filter?

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#1 gnixon72


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Posted 15 February 2007 - 11:42 PM


I am in need of a good, simple pop spam filter.

Here is the catch: This would be for a recently widowed person who does not know much about her computer(her husband took care of that stuff).

Ideally I would recommend going to Thunderbird and training her email box, but what I need is something that would filter most spam out on its own that can plug into outlook express or outlook.

I know there is no single silver bullet that would get rid of all the spam, but I'd like to be able to cut most of it out.

Thanks in advance


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#2 fozzie


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Posted 16 February 2007 - 06:21 AM

There are a few in the freeware section of this forum. Check my sig.
If not to your liking try thisone

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Posted 16 February 2007 - 01:23 PM

The best place to catch Spam is before it even downloads into your computer. Most E-mail providers have Spam blockers (or their servers would be inundated); many of these Spam blockers allow the user to identify E-mail that gets through the automatic blocker as Spam.
Check your provider's website for additional Spam information and the user services it provides.
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