Posted on Sunday, January 04 2004 @ 13:37:38 CET by LSDsmurf
K9 is an email filtering application that works in conjunction with your regular POP3 email program and automatically classifies incoming emails as spam (junk email) or non-spam without the need for maintaining dozens of rules or constant updates to be downloaded. It uses intelligent statistical analysis that can result in extremely high accuracy over time.
K9 learns from its mistakes and becomes better and better at being able to identify spam. More importantly it learns to recognize what you consider to be spam.
- K9 now saves a copy of the existing good.dat and spam.dat database files
whenever these are saved to disk. The backup files will have a
".old" file extension.
- Changed default DNSBL server from cbl.abuseat.org to xbl.spamhaus.org
(which now incorporates cbl.abuseat.org). Note that this is only for new
installations - your existing server will not be changed.
- Hopefully fixed a problem when running on Windows 9x/Me systems that
would cause K9 to become confused as to the location of the Emails
Program Information Category:
Tools and Utilities Type:
Freeware Version: 1.22 Size: 108KB Works on: Win9x/Me/NT/2000/Xp