It's a straight forward yet comprehensive spam filter for Outlook combining Bayesian filtering with smart white lists and works with all accounts...
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I'm very pleased with Spam Reader - it does a better job than built-in Outlook junk mail filter. I receive much spam and your product is a big help for me.
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Spam Reader works great and I love it. The Safe Recipients List is a nice feature, it's solved the problem that I have with receiving messages from my numerous mailing lists.
IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) is a protocol for remote access to e-mail. Using the protocol Microsoft Outlook provides an interface
for reading e-mails but messages aren't saved to Outlook folders and remain on the mail server. Although working with Outlook via IMAP
the user doesn't see any difference there are some details that have to be taken into account for spam filtering.
First of all - the notification about a new incoming mail. IMAP account notifications are very different from those of POP3 accounts
and a spam filter has to distinguish them.
Yes, it does. Designing Spam Reader we took into account all the specific details in how Microsoft Outlook works with IMAP accounts
so the program can be successfully used for spam filtering without any additional adjustments.
No, it can't. Spam Reader is an add-on for Microsoft Outlook and works only being integrated into Outlook environment.
So, if you work with MS Outlook and access your e-mail using IMAP then you can use Spam Reader as a spam filter for your account.
See also: How to stop spam in Outlook | AntiSpam Outlook 2013 | Outlook 2010 Filter | Outlook Spam Blocker | Outlook 2010 Junk Mail Filter | Outlook Spam Settings