Nobody likes spam. No one wants it. No, we're talking about canned meat, but those unsolicited messages, unwanted, irrelevant or even inappropriate that hit e-mail in large quantities. While most mailboxes have some type of spam filtering software built into the system, they never seem to do a great job with what you want to reach their recovery, and letting through what you want them to go. Therefore, it is increasingly important to translate a certain type as well as spam filtering product. One of these filtering systems, which is designed for users of Outlook and Outlook Express receives rave reviews for its superior detection and low false positives (ie what you want to get through does).
Cloudmark Desktop, formerly known as SpamNet and SafetyBar, uses a unique community-based filtering. This system of community-based filtering relies on users to report any new spam. A few minutes of a spammer reportedly placed on a blacklist. At this stage, no other member will receive that particular spam. Cloudmark also applies the same basic process to phishing scams, e-mail.

What is interesting is how Cloudmark creates a digital reputation model of information spam. Each user starts with a neutral reputation. The reputation of a user will increase if they are among the first to identify undesirable content. In contrast, lower the reputation of a user when false reports of spam. The result is a system that is automated, highly scalable and resistant to tampering.

Another advantage is that because the software does not depend on the user to configure its settings, installs in minutes and is easy to use. Cloudmark blocks over 98% of spam reaching your inbox, with more than one million users worldwide.

The program cost is $ 39.95 for a one year subscription. The subscription is renewable annually. For those who want to try the product, a free trial period of 15 days to either Outlook or Outlook Express is available.

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