Friday, June 30, 2006
fighting spam, locally
Here it is: SpamPal
You need to feel comfortable changing your email settings, as this pretty cool app will open your 127.0.0.1:110 (POP3) port to which your email client will connect.
On the other hand, your username for POP3 has to change into: username@my_actual_POP3_host, so that SpamPal will take ur host from your username and connect to it.
These being said, I am now almost 'spam proof', which makes me a happy man. Today.
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