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G-Lock SpamCombat 2.61 - User Guide and FAQ

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How to use G-Lock SpamCombat

  1. Setup an account from which you will retrieve incoming email, and fill in the required fields by select Edit Account.

  2. Make sure that the checkbox next to your account in the Accounts section is checked and click Start button to start retrieving messages. You will see your incoming emails and their details on the screen.

  3. To get the best performance of the program, you should 'train' SpamCombat to classify your emails to spam and good. When the emails are retrieved, check whether they are properly categorized, i.e. If not, you should re-classify them by yourself.

Frequently Asked Questions - G-Lock SpamCombat

  1. Can the SpamCombat retrieve emails from a Hotmail (Webmail) account, or does it work only with POP3 accounts?
    To filter the emails from Hotmail accounts, you can use a 3rd party solution like Hotmail Popper, IzyMail, POP Peeper or Email2Pop. When using such tools, you should define your Hotmail account as a POP3 account and you will need to define your incoming mail server as 'localhost' (or

  2. I've just installed SpamCombat onto my computer and I am using Outlook Express as my email program. Is there a way I can use SpamCombat to filter out spam before Outlook Express gets the emails?
    At first SpamCombat requires training in categorizing emails as either spam or good. You should view all the emails and check up whether they were properly categorized. If they were not, you should re-categorize them by using Mark as Clean and Mark as Spam buttons. The program learns from its mistakes and next time the emails will be flagged properly. The more you train SpamCombat, the more accuracy of the program increases. After you ensure that all the emails are marked properly, you should manually click Delete Marked Messages From Server option. After spam emails are removed from the server, you can safely run your regular email client to receive only good emails.

    After a few weeks of training you can set the auto-mode in SpamCombat, meaning that it will automatically check your POP3 accounts, filter emails, and delete spam messages.

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