Chaining Nod32 for Pop3 with K9 anti-spam

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 1 Forum' started by Finn McCool, May 2, 2003.

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  1. Finn McCool

    Finn McCool Registered Member

    Mar 3, 2003
    New Orleans
    K9 is an anti-spam program that analyzes the content of e-mail using a statistical algorithm of the Bayesian type. It sits between your e-mail client and your server, which is also where Nod32 for Pop3 sits. To get them to work in series, I left K9 in its default configuration, with port 9999. Then I changed Nod32 Pop to listen on 999 and redirect to Then I changed my e-mail accounts to use 999 for pop. The port numbers are arbitrary, but they must be consistent.

    K9 is available free at :D

    This does not apply to the beta. :eek:
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