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Mailwasher & it's contribution ?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by joe2cool, Jan 16, 2003.

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  1. joe2cool

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    Hi ! 'am new to Mailwasher & very impressed indeed after only a couple of days, just wondering how many of you have contributed ? ;)

    Going to give it alittle more time then I will be contributing.......$20

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  2. $teve

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    it works with hotmail to is that right joe?
    ive never used or seen it but heard good things about it.



    so tell me about it:D
     
  3. joe2cool

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    Hi !! Steve,

    I'd been meaning to try it hearing so many good things & until 'Mailwasher' included Hotmail, I wasn't too bothered. It was only my Hotmail that was usually full of spam. ;)

    Iam extremely pleased with it & the feeling of being able to bounce 'spam' straight back is CoOl ! ;)

    & GREAT for avoiding those nasty viruses at times, can view before you download in 'Mailwasher' CoOl!

    Check it out $teve won't be disappointed



    Here

    Let me know what you think ?;)

    Oh where abouts in Lanc's are you ........I used to live up north !:)


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  4. $teve

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    cheers joe.........im gonna take a look at it.


    a little place called clayton-le-moors........just outside accrington(stanley.......who are they?);)
     
  5. joe2cool

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    Hi !! Steve lived there before moving down south....small world !! ;) I wondered when you said 25 miles from manchester.

    Lived in Clayton for quite a few years !! ;)
     
  6. $teve

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    small world indeed...........another poster on here..."leeofaccy"... lives about 2 miles from me......and last year there was a guy "raycongo" it was my eldest sons ex business partner from luxembourg,i recognized the name cos ..obviously he`s called ray...and the bar they had is named "congo".no idea how he stumbled across tsg.
    now thats one big coincidence:p
     
  7. joe2cool

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    Yeah sure is a small world !!

    Take Care any how ! :)

    Don't know anyone called Nick up there do you ........;)

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  8. $teve

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    a chat room we have here now:D


    nick.....oh yeah....i know him:rolleyes:

    like you know jim i spose.:D
     
  9. joe2cool

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    :D :D Let us know how you go with 'mailwasher' ?

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  10. $teve

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    do you know hotmails smpt server addy and pop3 server addy?
     
  11. joe2cool

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    Hi! all I needed for the hotmail was the address & password as for pop 3... go into O/L then accounts & check properties ...all there :)

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    some bright spark downloaded the version without hotmail:eek:

    thats why i was struggling to get it to work.

    the beta is the one for hotmail,i got it now.......it works........ill let you know once ive run it in a while;)
     
  13. Red Boy

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    Joe2Cool, I have been using Mail Washer for a few months now. I think it is one of the best programs I have ever used. I donated $20. Good luck with Mail Washer. And I hope if you like, you too will make a donation.

    Red Boy
     
  14. Ace4me

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    Hey all. I downloaded Mailwasher a few weeks ago and am evaluating it. So far it looks very good. At this point I have it flagging items for deleting/bouncing, but once I understand and trust it more I will try the auto-delete feature. If that works as expected I'll be contributing to the author. This is my first real experience with freeware, and I'm impressed with the quality so far.

    regards, Ace

    ps; I'm also trying out AVG from Grisoft for virus scanning.
     
  15. joe2cool

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    Cheers guys ........... ;)


    Ace4me avg is cool.......good luck !! ;)

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