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The Spam-Killa examines the emails on your email server, sorts them between Friend and Spam and allows you to choose. Once chosen, you can delete the spam before you download just the Friend emails.
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December 29, 2007
Description from the Publisher
The Spam-Killa allows you to examine the emails in an unlimited number of POP3 email servers. The Spam-Killa is a very simple spam blocker. It thinks all emails are spam and happily shows you the From, To, Subject and the top 10 lines of the Body of every email on your email server. These are in text form only so you cannot trigger image alerts or scripting activity to alert spammers that this is a valid email address. You will not see any attachments so you cannot infect your computer in any way. If you decide that an email is not spam it is easily transferred to the friends list. Once you are satisfied that you have all the good ones picked out, the Spam-Killa will cheerfully delete all the spam from your email server and update your personal friends list. Next time you use the Spam-Killa it will remember the friends and sort them into the friends list as it populates the windows. If you change your mind about one of the friends you can send it back to the spam list and the records will be updadted to reflect your decision. This is a very simple program to set up, simple to use and 100% accurate. It also has a 30 day full access trial and an affiliate program.
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