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License:
Shareware (Free to try)
Size:
645 KB
Updated:
Downloads:
3066
Platform:
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Publisher:
SynergeticSoft(more)
Website:
Unknown
Publisher's Descriptions
Spam Defender allows you to delete unwanted junk mail from the server before it gets into your inbox. It allows you to decrease or even eliminate spam by using various filters. The main feature of the program is deleting messages without opening them - right on the server.

You can download Spam Defender Professional free here.
System Requirements
IBM PC or 100% compatible, Pentium processor 233 MHz (450 MHz or higher)

Spam Defender Professional Disclamer
Please be aware FindMySoft.com accepts no responsibility for the file you are downloading. The same applies to the information provided about the software products listed.
We do not allow the inclusion of any Spam Defender Professional serial, keygen or crack and we disclaim any liability for the inappropriate use of Spam Defender Professional.
FindMySoft advises that Spam Defender Professional should be only used in accordance with the rules of intellectual property and the existing Criminal Code.
For your own protection ALWAYS check downloaded files for viruses.
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