G-Lock SpamCombat

G-Lock SpamCombat

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anti-spam filter G-Lock SpamCombat is a complex anti-spam solution that combines Bayesian filtering with customizable rules. It scans the email messages while they are still in your POP3 account, and can automatically delete spam on the server, so that it is not even downloaded to your email program. Even though the email is deleted from your POP account, you can still browse through the deleted items and recover any mail if needed (similar to Windows Recycle bin). The Bayesian filter option allows G-Lock SpamCombat to learn from your actions, all you have to do is mark a message as spam or good and the program automatically adjusts its filter settings to become more accurate. In addition, you can also configure custom rules for messages that should always be deleted or accepted, remove viruses and malicious code and more. Additional features include statistical graphs, HTML tag filtering and more. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher G-Lock Software (3) Price Free
Version  history Last updated Apr 10, 2012
File Size 4.92 Mb Requirements None

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Unbelievably accurate! 5 stars by dsilver Mar 11, 2007 (Read all my 8 reviews)
Like many others, I've tried almost every shareware/freeware anti-spam program available. Some were promising to start, but none lived up to the claims the authors made. This one does the trick. No matter which mail client you use, if you can insert this between your server and your mail downloader, this will stop EVERY piece of spam I've come across so far. The unbelievable part about it is - that's it's usable forever without requiring a license for the basic version! I never would have known that if I hadn't explored their website. I will wind up buying the registered one - not because I need it, but because I think good software authors should be rewarded and encouraged for their work. show Review details
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