[SpamCop-List] Re: Spam filter on pop accounts
mikegray at avoidpsamdsl.pipex.com
Mon Mar 1 22:37:07 EST 2004
> Is there a less expensive alternative out there?
What's your mail client? I use K9 as an anti-spam program (granted it's
Bayesian and you'll have to train it), and you can use the spamcop DNSBL in
that, and it's completely free. www.keir.net is the download location. It
works with any POP3 mail program, as far as I know.
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