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Spamihilator – Self learning Spam Filter add on for Thunderbird, Outlook Express, Eudora, Opera and more

Spamihilator is a self learning (Bayesian spam filtering) spam filter add-on for Outlook 2000/XP/2003/Express, Eudora, Thunderbird, IncrediMail, Pegasus Mail, Phoenix Mail, Opera, Windows mail and others. This FREE, open source add-on, Spamihilator helps you filtered out incoming spam mails (junk mail) from your favorite e-mail client. (You may still remember my previous posts Spam Fighter add-on for Outlook and Outlook Express and Agnitum Spam Terrier for windows mail, Outlook and Outlook Express)The feature Learning Filter recognizes more than 98% of all incoming spam mails. You can use the Training Area, to increase the recognition rate continuously. In addition Spamihilator uses a Word-Filter, which searches messages for known keywords. You can specify certain words that are often appearing in spam mails.
The new version of Spamihilator is able to receive e-mails from POP3 and IMAP accounts and supports Cross-Protocolling that makes it to receive e-mails from IMAP accounts with an e-mail client, that supports only POP3, and vice versa.
Supports Windows 2000/XP/2003 and Vista
Installation and configuration details available here /Download


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