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Outlook 2003 Spam Killer

by DigiSat / March 3, 2007 5:45 PM PST

I have been looking for a great deal of time and I have tested many spam programs for Outlook 2003 with no favorable results. Does anyone know of a spam program that really works? It can be free or at a cost program, I just want no more SPAM!

Being on the road does not provide me the comfort of using my regular Internet Providers Spam filter at the server.

I am open to any suggestions......

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Re: Outlook spam killer
by Kees Bakker / March 3, 2007 7:58 PM PST

Which ones did you try already, and what were your findings with each of them?

Kees

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Which ones did you try already, and what were your findings
by DigiSat / March 3, 2007 8:49 PM PST

Yes Kees, I guess this would help listing them. Presently I am using Matador, it is working at about 60%. The other spam killers I cannot readly recall. I have tried about 12 or more and Matador seems to filter the spam the best so far.

I will research the ones I have tried and post them. For the most part, they are not able to catch spam that I identified as spam, it just keeps passing them through to my in box.

I have had programs where I was able to filter by address, subject, context of message, key words, but they (spam) still got past all this.

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What I'm using is POPFILE.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 3, 2007 9:43 PM PST

Some don't like the training aspect but it works for me.

Bob

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What I'm using is POPFILE.
by DigiSat / March 3, 2007 10:49 PM PST

Hmmmm...POPFILE, I do not think I have tried that one. I will download it and give it a try. Training is not a problem. Thanks for the reply.

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