SoftLogica announces SpamAid 4.0, a new version of its Microsoft Outlook add-on designed to keep your Inbox clean of unsolicited emails.
The program is based on Bayesian filtering technology. It automatically learns using your personal correspondence to increase the filtration accuracy. Quarantined e-mails are stored in a separate ‘Spam’ folder. Users can manage their friends and enemies lists or build their own filters. The program has an option to test outgoing mail for potential risk of being filtered as spam. Recognition of newsgroup messages using Safe Recipients list and automatic inclusion of outgoing mail recipients into Friends List are available. SpamAid is provided with POP3, IMAP, HTTP and MS Exchange support.
What’s new in version 4.0:
– Ability to automatically delete undoubted Spam: If you face a very high spam load, you may lose a lot of time browsing the content of your ‘Spam’ folder to check for good messages filtered by mistake, because no spam filter is perfect. However, considerable amount of messages can be recognized as spam with 100% accuracy. Now you can configure 5 rules for SpamAid to delete such messages immediately while putting all other suspicious messages to the ‘Spam’ folder for further possible review.
– Potentialities of wildcards for phrase filtering: You can use wildcards when specifying the spam/non-spam recognition keywords to deal with phrase variations.
– Outlook 2003 style interface: With this new interface style the product will fit perfectly to the modern versions of Microsoft Outlook.
SpamAid is designed for Microsoft Outlook 2000/XP/2003 and priced at $29 USD per license.