SpamAid works with all mail accounts supported by Outlook:
POP3, IMAP, HTTP and Exchange.
Based on Bayesian Algorithm
SpamAid uses built-in algorithm of message filtration,
which is based on Bayesian approach of defining whether a
message is spam or not. This filtering technology is one
of the most exact and reliable approaches of
differentiating spam and not spam messages nowadays. The
algorithm applies to the results of statistical analysis
of more than 30 000 spam letters that enables to determine
spam with the accuracy no less than 97%.
& Enemies Lists Management
You can use "friends" and "enemies"
list in order to choose who you do or do not want to
receive mail from. Friends/Enemies Lists may include
names, email addresses, entire domains and wildcards. When
you run SpamAid for the first time, all contacts from your
Address Book are automatically added to your Friends List.
Further you can manually edit your Friends/Enemies Lists
any time you wish, and also add contacts from the selected
emails to these lists.
outgoing mail for risk of being filtered as spam - You
can test outgoing mail for potential risk of being
filtered as spam by other spam filters. SpamAid will
review your message and return a grade along with the
reasoning behind it.
Engine - Auto-learning increases the filtration
accuracy by analysis of user’s personal correspondence.
The more a user works with the program, the better is the
accuracy of spam definition.
Spam and Non-Spam Recognition - Additionally you can
create your own list of allowed and banned words and
phrases. If message body contains a word/phrase from the
allowed list, such message will be considered as good. If
message contains a word/phrase from the banned list then
it will be considered as spam.