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# 120932 19-Jun-2013 08:50

Hi All,

Just wondering if anyone in the community here is using the program called SPAMfighter. I want to buy it just wanted to check to see if anyone has this so I can get feedback.


Been getting lots of SPAM recently.

Or if you can suggest one that would also work, this particular one has received a gold award so I guess its good.


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  # 839178 19-Jun-2013 11:38
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I don't get any spam these days. I would suggest changing to another email provider that has better spam protection and save yourself money on the software which you shouldn't need.


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  # 839256 19-Jun-2013 12:36
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Yup, agreed - your mail provider obviously isnt doing a good job. Can you get your email forwarded to Gmail/ and let them filter it, and pick up from there ? :)

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  # 839932 19-Jun-2013 22:35
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xpd: Yup, agreed - your mail provider obviously isnt doing a good job. Can you get your email forwarded to Gmail/ and let them filter it, and pick up from there ? :)

Gmail and can be configured to pull mail in from other email accounts.

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  # 839974 20-Jun-2013 00:35
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Hi Oriphix

Glad you found us and that you are considering using us.
We just reached blocked spam mails last week which was quite a milestone for us.

I'm bragging but our filter is one of the most advanced in the world, partly due to a community based system.

Take it for a spin, it's free and with millions of happy users.

Best regards,
Philip Mahler

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