What is information on a Spam Blocker called Mailbox Filter?

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Do you have any information on a Spam Blocker called Mailbox Filter? Would appreciate your comments/evaluation.

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This question was answered on September 16, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

This spam filter uses a dynamic intelligent memory process to automatically record user activity when they accept or reject any senders message It filters spam for POP3, AOL, Hotmail, MSN and Yahoo! accounts It integrates with POP3 e-mail programs including Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, Incredimail and Netscape

It provides automatic import of address books, remote filtering, unlimited accounts and profiles supported It also includes keyword activated autoresponders, bounce backs and courtesy replies It supports deleting mail from the server and sending banned mail to the trash Other functions include banned list, keyword list, authorized list and attachment locking with script and image reference removal for enhanced virus protection

The automatic private key feature provides e-mail security without digital codes or subscriptions required It allows the filtering of sub-domains, mailbox names and domains It provides a built-in obscene subject line filter Users can leave filtered mail on their server, send a copy of filtered mail to an e-mail program or both The automatic filtering mode allows users to automatically process and deliver filtered mail to their e-mail program or simply clear the junk from their online account, including AOL, Hotmail, MSN or Yahoo! accounts it is a shareware costing $69.99

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on September 16, 2003