need client-side spam filter for xp 64

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by Scotter, May 4, 2006.

  1. Scotter

    Scotter Guest

    Currently using Cloudmark's Spam blocker plugin for Outlook Express which
    has no 64-bit version.

    I want something that is highly effective. Yeah, duh :)

    Also would be nice if it (a) puts spam in a folder so I can check before
    deleting; and (b) allows me to quickly/easily report a msg it didn't catch
    as spam. One nice thing about Cloudmark is that it communicates with a
    central server and shares what it learned amongst all users.

    Thanks for any suggestions you all can give!
    --
    Scotter
    Tyan Thunder K8WE
    Dual Opteron 252s (2.6ghz)
    4 gig Corsair XMS DDR400 RAM
    XFX 7800 GTX 256 w/VGAsilencerV3
    500 gig Hitachi SATA 300
    160 gig Seagate SATA 150
    Dual Dell 24" wide aspect LCDs
    550W Antec power supply
    X-Fi Platinum Soundblaster
    -
    Scotter, May 4, 2006
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  2. I have been using mailwasher with good results.

    "Scotter" wrote:

    > Currently using Cloudmark's Spam blocker plugin for Outlook Express which
    > has no 64-bit version.
    >
    > I want something that is highly effective. Yeah, duh :)
    >
    > Also would be nice if it (a) puts spam in a folder so I can check before
    > deleting; and (b) allows me to quickly/easily report a msg it didn't catch
    > as spam. One nice thing about Cloudmark is that it communicates with a
    > central server and shares what it learned amongst all users.
    >
    > Thanks for any suggestions you all can give!
    > --
    > Scotter
    > Tyan Thunder K8WE
    > Dual Opteron 252s (2.6ghz)
    > 4 gig Corsair XMS DDR400 RAM
    > XFX 7800 GTX 256 w/VGAsilencerV3
    > 500 gig Hitachi SATA 300
    > 160 gig Seagate SATA 150
    > Dual Dell 24" wide aspect LCDs
    > 550W Antec power supply
    > X-Fi Platinum Soundblaster
    > -
    >
    >
    >
    =?Utf-8?B?TWlja2V5IEc=?=, May 4, 2006
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  3. Scotter

    Scotter Guest

    Thanks. I installed the free version of mailwasher on my current 32bit xp
    and tried it out.

    It has some great features but what I don't like is that it runs separate
    from Outlook Express in such a way that it adds extra steps to the email
    checking I do a LOT during the day. I really really don't need another time
    waster.
    BUT it's nice to know there are spamblockers out there for 64bit (even if
    they don't list XP64 in their FAQ as a supported OS).

    --
    Scotter
    Tyan Thunder K8WE
    Dual Opteron 252s (2.6ghz)
    4 gig Corsair XMS DDR400 RAM
    XFX 7800 GTX 256 w/VGAsilencerV3
    500 gig Hitachi SATA 300
    160 gig Seagate SATA 150
    Dual Dell 24" wide aspect LCDs
    550W Antec power supply
    X-Fi Platinum Soundblaster
    -
    "Mickey G" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >I have been using mailwasher with good results.
    >
    > "Scotter" wrote:
    >
    >> Currently using Cloudmark's Spam blocker plugin for Outlook Express which
    >> has no 64-bit version.
    >>
    >> I want something that is highly effective. Yeah, duh :)
    >>
    >> Also would be nice if it (a) puts spam in a folder so I can check before
    >> deleting; and (b) allows me to quickly/easily report a msg it didn't
    >> catch
    >> as spam. One nice thing about Cloudmark is that it communicates with a
    >> central server and shares what it learned amongst all users.
    >>
    >> Thanks for any suggestions you all can give!
    >> --
    >> Scotter
    >> Tyan Thunder K8WE
    >> Dual Opteron 252s (2.6ghz)
    >> 4 gig Corsair XMS DDR400 RAM
    >> XFX 7800 GTX 256 w/VGAsilencerV3
    >> 500 gig Hitachi SATA 300
    >> 160 gig Seagate SATA 150
    >> Dual Dell 24" wide aspect LCDs
    >> 550W Antec power supply
    >> X-Fi Platinum Soundblaster
    >> -
    >>
    >>
    >>
    Scotter, May 5, 2006
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