Re: Anti-span program?

From: Alceryes (replytopost_at_thankyou.com)
Date: 06/08/05


Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2005 13:11:43 -0400


> Qurb is excellent if you don't mind working with only a white list. It
> accepts e-mails from approved senders only and quarantines everything
> else. You can review the quarantine folder and approve e-mails from new
> senders that you approve.

Outlook XP has this functionality built in.

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"Ken Russell" <kenrussellmyhat@optushome.com.au> wrote in message 
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> Qurb is excellent if you don't mind working with only a white list.  It 
> accepts e-mails from approved senders only and quarantines everything 
> else. You can review the quarantine folder and approve e-mails from new 
> senders that you approve.
>
> It's not suitable if you get a lot of authentic e-mails from new senders.
> http://www.qurb.com/
>
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> Ken Russell
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> "Louise" <none@nospam.com> wrote in message 
> news:MPG.1d0ef1ead07c0770989773@news.newsguy.com...
>> I've avoided using any spam filters beside my own scanning of emails
>> until now.  I'm running Outlook XP with several separate user accounts.
>>
>> Now it is taking me 15 minutes to clean out an email account which I'm
>> loathe to close because it is associated with many services that I do
>> use.
>>
>> I'm aware that Norton has an anti-spam program but I'm also concerned
>> that Norton tends to use a lot of resources etc.  I do use Norton AV and
>> download updates every night.
>>
>> Are there any spam filtering programs out there that would be
>> recommended?
>>
>> TIA
>>
>> Louise
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