From: Malcolm Reeves
Subject: Re: E-mail from Korea, China or Taiwan no longer accpted
Organization: Full Circuit Ltd
References: <3E18D84D.F137FED7@iquest.net> <3E1BB7CB.F0C0F811@mfi.net>
X-Newsreader: Forte Agent 1.93/32.576 English (American)
Date: Thu, 09 Jan 2003 09:08:59 +0000
NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 09 Jan 2003 09:09:12 GMT
On Wed, 08 Jan 2003 08:19:58 -0800, Lizard Blizzard
>>>>Mail Washer. Free download.
>> It works by checking with databases of SpamCop and others, plus any
>> E-Mail name or domain name you want to blacklist. It also tells you
>> that some messages are infected.
>Thanks. I've gone to their web site and read the stuff, and I know
>essentially what it does. But what they don't get into any detail is
>how the program does filtering, and that is the key question.
Eh? Surely the post above has described the function. Mailwasher
first applies the white list (you add names to this list or write
rules). Then it applies the blacklist (you add names to this or
rules). Optionally it can use external blacklist databases.
Now you have a bad set of emails in a list before you, with from,
subject , to etc. You can untick or tick ones. You can preview ones.
You then tick process and mailwasher bounces or deletes the email off
the server. This is its primary advantage, you don't download the
crap unlike most email program filtering. Of course if you are on
broadband perhaps you don't care.
Malcolm Reeves BSc CEng MIEE MIRSE, Full Circuit Ltd, Chippenham, UK
(email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
Design Service for Analogue/Digital H/W & S/W Railway Signalling and Power
electronics. More details plus freeware, Win95/98 DUN and Pspice tips, see:
http://www.fullcircuit.com or http://www.fullcircuit.co.uk
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