Spam Inspector - Microsoft Outlook Express

3.1

 
License: Free to try
Price:
$19.95
Rated:
Downloads: 9
Op. System: Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 4.x,WinXP,Windows2000
Last updated: 09-01-2002
File size: 4.98 MB
Publisher: GIANT Company Software
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Editor's review Spam Inspector - Microsoft Outlook Express

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However little you use email, you have most likely experienced the frustration of spam, which has become very prevalent. You do not have to withstand this any more. Just use this Spam Inspector and they will not have to bother you again. The program will work in the background to monitor all incoming mail, analyze, and filter spam content. It uses heuristic spam definition library, (which is constantly updated in the background) to quarantine all possible junk mail. You will have the chance to review them later if you want. If you want to be removed from the spammers' mailing lists, you can simply click a button to send an automatic email showing that your email address is not valid!

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Visitor: Boris Golembo
A good product, after a few days of "training" it blocks most of the spam. However, there are three problems with it: 1. It does not work with Outlook XP (Outlook 2002) after installation of the Service Pack 3 (SP3) for Office XP. This is obviously a bug that should be fixed. 2. It will download spam definition file on each boot up of the PC if your Locale setting is different from English language. This may take lots of your internet resources. 3. Giant Company, the developer provides very poor support if any. I requested technical support and help on the above two problems and received useless formal replies that seem to be generated automatically. Actually Spam Inspector DOES NOT work with the updated (latest) version of Outlook XP. Spam Inspector fails to check spam and filter email after I installed Service Park 3 for Office XP. After installatiom of SP3, Outlook blocks access to inbox, so SI is not able to perform filtering. I sent my request for fix to the Giant Company, developer of the SI, but have not received any reply. I would much appreciate it if you could request the fix as well. From my previous experience with this company they never provided a good support in the past. Regards, Dr Boris Golembo bgolembo@optushome.com.au
General rate: Negative
Visitor: Ken Wanderer
Microsoft bought Spam Inspector - Giant Software. Is there a way to uninstall the SP3 - should I do so in the Add Remove programs?
General rate: Negative
Visitor: S Gordon
You need to know that Spam Inspector 4.0 and IHATESPAM 4.0 are the same program. Neither program will support Secure Password Authentication for MSN Mail using POP3 and neither program will support MSN Hotmail running Windows 98.
General rate: Negative
Visitor: George Bissenden
I use Eudora 6.1. On first install under WinXP I found that if 2 users were logged in, my disk started accessing continuously about once a second. I used Sysinternals "Process Explorer" to look at what was happening. I found that siMailProxyServer.exe was being loaded and unloaded in sync with the disk accesses. I sent the above info with a lot more to GIANT Company Tech Support and got nothing but form letters in return. After uninstal/reinstall a popup window appeared when Eudora was opened saying that "SI Initialization phase 1 complete ". Spam Inspector got stuck in an unbreakable loop with the above popup happening every time Eudora was opened. I removed Spam Insector from my system bcause of these bugs and the lack of any meaningful response to my detailed help requests.
General rate: Negative