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What Is 0Spam Express?

0Spam.com Express

What is 0Spam.com Express?

0Spam.com Express is the new favorite anti-spam tool of your E-mail account. This nifty little program automatically removes spam from your inbox right before you check your E-mail, it can display a detailed spam report after each scan including why each message was marked as spam, and it resides on your Task Bar for easy access.

Spam checking algorithms are automatically updated daily.
Compatible with all Windows based E-mail clients (Outlook, Eudora, Netscape, Mozilla, …)

Automates new account creation, signup in three easy steps.
Works silently in background only when your E-mail client is running.

This software is 100% free!

Download Now!
You may download 0Spam.com Express, 1.69 MB, build #415, compatible with Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP.

Contact

Contact 0Spam.com

*We no longer support the 0spam free spam filtering service.

Before you contact us, please read our FAQ/Support page. If you are not able to answer your question after reading this page, you may contact us using the form below.

Note: Leave non-required fields blank if you do not want to change them.

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IP Blacklist Project

0Spam.com IP Blacklist Project

There are IP addresses in the 0Spam.com IP Blacklist.

The 0Spam.com IP Blacklist is a realtime database of known spammer DNS IP addresses and is maintained by a third-party using various spam traps and spam reporting services. Software developers and mail server administrators may configure their scripts or mail servers to automatically back-check if a suspected IP address is in our this database of known spammers. The script may be called in the following manner:

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The script will then return a number between -1 and 7:
A score of -1 indicates that the IP was not found in the database.
A score of 0 indicates that there is a 90% chance that the computer at that IP address does not currently send spam.
A score of 1 or more indicates that the computer at that IP address has defiantly spammed in the past few weeks.
It is highly recommended that any mail server accepting mail from an IP with a score of more than 3 not accept the mail.

Common POP Servers

Most often-checked domains that are compatible with 0Spam.com

adelphia.net
alphalink.com.au
bellsouth.net
bigpond.com
blueyonder.co.uk
btconnect.com
btinternet.com
charter.net
comcast.net
cox.net
demon.co.uk
domain.com
earthlink.net
free.fr
freeserve.com
freeserve.net
gmx.net
hotmail.com
hotpop.com
ig.com.br
netvision.net.il
netzero.com
netzero.net
ntlworld.com
optusnet.com.au
paradise.net.nz
planet.nl
rcn.com
skynet.be
softhome.net
sympatico.ca
telusplanet.net
tm.net.my
verizon.net
virgin.net
wanadoo.fr
yahoo.co.uk
yahoo.com
zeelandnet.nl

Links

Related Anti-Spam Links

Here is a list of sites that have been kind enough to link to 0Spam.com. If you would like to link to 0Spam.com, please use the URL www.0spam.com. If you prefer to use a logo, you may use this one below, or another one on this page.

Spam: How to Fight it – Elsop’s Anti-Spam Page.
http://www.elsop.com/wrc/nospam.htm

Many useful anti-spam tips and information, including filtering software and how to hide your E-mail from spammers.
http://www.anti-spam-tips.com

Monitors IPs for being listed on blocklists.
http://www.blacklistedip.com/

Anti spam service for webmasters.
http://www.contact-us-online.com

Anti-Spam Information in Russian.
http://antispam.home.nov.ru

Norton – Security101
Carbonite File Backup – FAQs

Original information on the technical side of spam and programming, by Paul Graham (inventor of the Arc language).

http://www.paulgraham.com

We are not responsible for any content or coupons on any of the websites listed on this page.