- To add to the discussion, I would like to suggest Mailsword. It wouldn't
be convenient if you expect to get mail from new sources a lot, but for
regular purposes it seems to be completely effective.
It depends on creating a "whitelist" of acceptable senders. You can
automatically add your total address book to the "whitelist" and add others
Mail received from an acceptable sender comes through immediately.
Mailsword creates a message to any other sender asking them to type in a 4
number code, without you being aware of it. Spam mailers are mostly
automatic and cannot reply to such a request. Legitimate senders who reply
to the code will have their message opened in your email. This latter can
take a day or longer if the sender does not respond quickly.
You can download it free.
For me it has worked 100% for the last few weeks. Some people have a
concern about the message to type in a code to have their message go
through. So you may lose a few messages this way
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