Anti Spam Software for Outlook 2010

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  1. MarcGabi

    MarcGabi Registered Member

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    I'm not sure if this post is appropriate for this Board.

    I'll be upgrading to Windows 64 bit, and to MS Office 2010, including Outlook 2010, in the near future.

    Can anyone recommend a Spam Filter which is compatible with Windows 7, 64 bit, and with MS Outlook 2010?

    Thank you again.
     
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    Or just use Outlook own spam filter. That + spam filters from your ISP work really well (i find)
     
  4. MarcGabi

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    Thanks very much Cudni. I appreciate it.
     
  5. Escalader

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    Like you I will upgrade at some point to MS Outlook 2010.

    When the notebook came it had MS Office 2007 in it. I took a look at the word and excel and saw so much complexity I immediately deleted the product and installed my licensed MS Office 2003. This worked fine.

    So my plan was why pay for 2007 when 2010 was already coming out! BUT and here is my question

    Will I still face the same complexity shock with 2010 and if so how do users deal with that?
     
  6. Cudni

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    Office 2010 looks more like 2007 than Office 2003 but much improved, at least to me. I would think most users get on with it. In any case, good thing there is a trial so you can test for shock value ;)

    Of course, inbuilt spam filter is just as good
     
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    Hi Cudni:

    Thanks! Glad to know I can trial and that spam filter is good.

    Maybe my "shock" was W7 at the same time so I got overcome by rapid change.
     
  8. Narxis

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    I'm not sure but i think Spamihilator supports all kind of e-mail clients.

    http://www.spamihilator.com/

    It's FREE and in my opinion it's currently the best on the market.
     
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    I find finding that a lot more Anti Spam software works with Outlook 2010 than I originally thought. I had enabled Conversation view and most Anti Spam does not work with that enabled. When I turned it back off I had a lot less problems.
     
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