No Spam Today! SMTP Proxy 126.96.36.199 SMTP proxy spam filter that acts between the internet and your mail server. Incoming mail is accepted from the open internet, checked for spam, and is then delivered to your existing SMTP mail server.
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Description: No Spam Today! for Workstations was created for users of Outlook, Outlook Express and all other POP3 email clients to protect mailboxes against spam, malicious attachments and viruses. Acting between your mail client and your mail server No Spam Today! for Workstations scans all incoming emails and marks spam emails so you can sort out the unwanted emails. With NoSpamToday's easy-to-use installation wizard, the filter can be activated within minutes.
The flexible filter pipeline architecture allows combining the award-winning SpamAssassin filter, an attachment blocker, a remote blacklist filter (DNSBL), whitelists and blacklists to a filtering configuration that exactly suits your needs. The filter pipeline also allows integrating 3rd-party virus scanners like ClamWin Free Antivirus, or any other filters you may wish to provide yourself.
The user interface is designed to allow easy, fool-proof configuration. Configuration changes are validated before they are accepted, and the user receives a warning before he can make a configuration error.
The purchase of a license includes maintenance and updates for 12 months. Renewal licenses are available at a discount.
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