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Verification Message Translations

The following translated verification messages have been kindly donated by our users. Please E-mail us to add your language or to make a correction to an existing language.

*Please note that we are no longer updating, or providing support for our free spam filtering service.

English – default language.


A message you recently sent to a user with the subject “Test” was not delivered because they are using the anti-spam service. Please click the link below to confirm that this is not spam. When you confirm, this message and all future messages you send will automatically be accepted.

This is an automated message from
Please do not reply to this Email.

Looking for a free anti-spam service?
Visit us at for find out more.9

Danish – sent to .dk domains.

Du sendte fornylig en email til mig med emnet “Test”. Den er ikke kommet igennem til mig, da jeg bruger anti-spam systemet for at undgå spam. Meddelelser til mig kommer kun igennem fra afsendere, som jeg har godkendt. Hvis du klikker på linket nedenfor, vil du blive accepteret som legitim afsender, og din mail samt alle fremtidige mails, vil blive accepteret og komme igennem til mig. Jeg undskylder ulejligheden, men er sikker på, at du forstår nødvendigheden af anti-spam tiltag.

Dette er en automatisk meddelelse fra
Svar ikke på denne email.

Er du på udkig efter en gratis anti-spam service?
Klik ind på for mere information.

Portuguese – sent to .br and .pt domains.

A mensagem com o assunto “Test” que você enviou recentemente não foi entregue porque o usuário está usando o serviço anti-spam Por favor, clique no endereço abaixo para confirmar que a mensagem não é um spam. Assim que você confirmar, esta, e todas suas futuras mensagens serão automaticamente aceitas.

Essa é uma mensagem automática do
Por favor, não responda a este e-mail.

Procurando um serviço anti-spam?
Visite-nos no site para conhecer mais.

0Spam Tutorial – Free Spam Filtering Service

Five Easy Steps to Get Started:

  1. Register to create your account.
  2. Login your account.
  3. Add Your E-mail Accounts that you want to remove spam from.
  4. Install Express or POPSpam (for advanced users, and non-Windows users).
  5. Add Your Friends to Your Whitelists. See below for more information about this step.

*Note: We are currently no longer supporting updates for our free spam filtering service. Please see our recommendations for comprehensive online security from top names like Norton Security (get coupons).

Optional Whitelist and Blocklist Steps:

1. Import friendly E-mail addresses to your whitelist. This is not required, but recommended to save all your friends the trouble of verifying their E-mails. To add your address book to your whitelist, you may upload it using the “Import Address book” tool on the whitelisting page. The address book must be in a CSV (Comma-Separated Variable) format. You can also copy and paste in addresses, one address per line.

2. Add domains to your domain whitelist. This is also not required, but makes it easier in certain cases. For example, if you own and you and your friends have E-mail accounts there, you can whitelist so that anyone from this domain can E-mail you without receiving a verification E-mail.

3. Add keywords or phrases to the keyword whitelist. This box is also located on the whitelist page of the admin section, simply enter here any word or phrase that you do not want to mark as spam. This may include, your name, a newsletter name, your address, an alias, or anything else that is not included in most or all spam. This great feature is a solution to automatically accepting many newsletters or mailing list E-mails that you are a member of.

4. Block certain E-mail addresses or domains. The blocklist takes precedence over all whitelist rules. If an E-mail in your blocklist matches the sender’s E-mail, then the mail will be deleted without you ever seeing it. You may also enter in here names, or parts of E-mail addresses, such as “postmaster” or “Mailer-Daemon” if you do not want to receive bounce back mails, or to block all E-mail from AOL.

Adding your E-mail Account

Once you have created your account, the first thing you must do is add your E-mail accounts to your account. All you need is your username, password, and pop server. You can get this information from your ISP or from your E-mail client. The screen shot below shows how to get this information from Outlook Express.

Note to Yahoo and Hotmail users: is compatible with both Yahoo and Hotmail E-mail accounts. Enter your login information as you would for a POP account and use “Yahoo” for the E-mail server if you use Yahoo and “Hotmail” if you use Hotmail (see example below for Yahoo mail).

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And from Eudora:

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Add the POPSpam Account to Your E-mail Client

The POPSpam account simulates a connection between your E-mail client and the service so that it checks and removes spam from all your E-mail accounts when your E-mail client connects to it. The basic idea of the POPSpam account is to have your E-mail client automatically connect to it just before it checks your real E-mail accounts protected by

To add it to your E-mail client, enter in for the Incoming Mail Server, and your username and password of your account. You must also change the Incoming Mail Server port to 1111. If asked for other information such as outgoing server or an E-mail address, you may enter in anything for those fields. You should also title this account something like Account so that it will be checked first. Some E-mail clients may check E-mail accounts in reverse alphabetical order, hence you may want to name your account such as “ZSpam” or “zspam”. See screen shots below for configuring Outlook Express.

For Outlook Express

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For Entourage:

Setting up POPSpam for Entourage is similar to setting it up for Outlook Express. First launch Entourage, then select the Tools menu, then click on Accounts. Then press the New button. Make the account name, and enter in your username for the Account ID, for the POP Server enter, and enter your password for the Password. You may enter in anything else for the other information asked.

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When your account is created, highlight it, and click Edit to open the preferences for the account. Then click Click here for advanced receiving options. A box will appear. Change the Override default POP port to 1111.

Also, you should uncheck the box Send commands to server simultaneously, which is located for the account properties.

Setting up your POPSpam account for Eudora is a bit more complicated. You must create a second “Personality” to get it working. For instructions, on setting up another Eudora Personality, click here.

Importing Your Address Book

For Outlook Express:

Importing your E-mail address book is probably the most difficult thing you need to do to get started using our service. First open your address book. You can do this by going to Start, Programs, Accessories, Address Book or by clicking your address book icon on MS Outlook, Outlook Express, or what ever E-mail client program you use. Once in the address book, go to File, Export, Other Address Book…

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Terms of Service


This is’s Terms of Service, which may be updated by us from time to time with or without notice to you. This Terms of Service applies to all services provided by You must agree to the Terms of Service in order to use our services. is an anti-spam service that removes spam from E-mail accounts using a series of whitelisting, blocklisting, and other techniques. Most settings can be determined by the user. Users provide their E-mail account information in order to add their E-mail account(s) to the Service, which will then check their accounts for spam on a periodic interval and remove spam from their account based on the user’s settings. In order to provide users with the Service, users must provide their E-mail account username, password, and E-mail server/server type for each account they want to remove spam from as well as other optional information. We will not give or sell any information the user provides with to third parties.

You agree to use our service(s) at your own risk. We are not responsible for any problems that may or may not be a result of using this service., our employees and subsidiaries are not responsible for loss of any data or information, server downtime, accidental deletion of E-mail, corrupted E-mail, lost messages, messages not being received by our users, or problems as a result of hackers. We can not guarantee security of our service, we are not responsible for account information or E-mail content or any other information that passes though our systems being stolen, modified, or intercepted by hackers or anyone else. assumes no responsibility for the timeliness, deletion, or failure to store personal settings. You also agree to not use our service for illegal activities, hack into our servers, send spam, or do anything that will disrupt the service of our members, our company, our affiliates, or non users. You may also not sign up for a account if it is illegal to do so where you live. is not responsible under any conditions the quality or availability of third party links or any other web resources linked from, nor is responsible in any way for the content provided by third party links.

We reserve the right to restrict, suspend, modify, change, or terminate your access to all or any part of the Service at any time for any reason or no reason without prior notice or liability. We also reserve the right to cancel any account or modify any part of any account at any time for any reason or no reason. We are not required to refund service fees of any kind, nor required to provide any tech support to anyone. Paying subscribers who wish to cancel their account must notify in excess of 10 days before their next scheduled recurring payment so as to not be billed for the next year.

All logos, graphics, buttons, icons, music, videos, animations, translations, and text are owned my (unless stated otherwise) and may not be taken, copied, redistributed, or used by anyone else in any way for any purpose without our permission. The name “” is a trademark owned by may send E-mail notifications to its users when important news occurs at, such as updated Terms of Service, new features, or website updates. It is the responsibility of the user to frequently check this Terms of Service for policy changes and updates.

By signing up for a account, upgrading from a free to a paid subscription, using or visiting the website, downloading any software we may provide, or using any feature, function, or utility on our website, you state that you have read, understand, and agree to the Terms of Service.

0Spam Frequently Asked Questions

What is and how does it work?

0spam express free spam is a free, virtually 100% effective anti-spam service designed for POP E-mail accounts as well as Yahoo and Gmail. In theory, blocks all spam messages if you have setup your account properly.

This FAQ page that the Tutorial describe in detail how to setup and tweak your settings to block all spam. Unlike other anti-spam services that use filters which don’t filter out all the spam and even filter out non-spam, uses a white-listing technique that safely removes spam from one or more inboxes. is not a software program, you need not download or install any software for it to work, and there is no need to change the way your E-mail accounts are currently setup. When a spammer sends you a spam E-mail, if his address is not found in your whitelist of allowed E-mail addresses, the message is temporarily stored on our server in your JunkMail folder and a verification E-mail is sent back to the spammer asking them to verify that they are a human and not a computer. Once you have joined and configured your E-mail accounts, nothing more is required on your part.

Other main features include a blocklist of E-mail addresses that you never want to see again, a keyword/phrase blocklist, a domain whitelist, and a keyword/phrase whitelist where if a certain keyword or phrase is found in the mail, it will not be removed from your E-mail account.

Whitelists provide advantages over typical spam filters, which filter out mails if they contain various amounts of certain words or symbols. Spam filters are not always entirely accurate and must be updated constantly to work properly, which causes some real mail from your friends to be deleted. With our service, E-mail from your friends can not possibly be filtered out from your inbox because once your friends E-mail has been whitelisted, their E-mail will never be scanned again as a possible spam mail.

Another difference between our service and other anti-spam software is that many anti-spam tools require that they be installed as a plug-in with your E-mail client, such as Outlook or Eudora, which scan each message before you check your E-mail for spam. This can sometimes take minutes to complete, depending on your Internet connection. Our service however is dedicated to constantly scanning your E-mail account and removing spams.

Will work on my Operating System?

Since is implemented on our servers, it will work with any operating system that can run a POP or IMAP email client, or one that can run gmail or yahoo in a web browser. This list includes all versions of Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, Linux, FreeBSD, and many more obscure operating systems. For full functionality, Windows users can use the Express tool, and users of other operating systems can use the POPSpam tool. In short, the answer is almost certainly yes.

Will there be any changes in the way I send or receive E-mail?

No. You will continue to send and receive E-mail the same way you always do. Your E-mail address will not change and there is no need to sign up for another E-mail account. You will still be able to use the same E-mail client and keep all your existing E-mail rules/filters. The only difference is that you will receive virtually no spam.

Will I be able to view my deleted messages which have been marked as spam and un-delete them if necessary?

Yes, when you log into your account, you will see a link at the top called “JunkMail Folder.” This page lists all the deleted messages which you can undelete and send back to your E-mail account, or permanently delete them by selecting which messages you want to delete and pressing the “Delete Selected Messages” button. You may set the number of days that messages are stored in your JunkMail Folder from 1-15 days, or 30, 45, or 60 days. This can be done by going to Settings/Accounts and changing the Quarantine Days setting. Messages older than the number of days you specify are automatically deleted.

What is my POPSpam account? Is it necessary to install it?

Upon signup, a special type of account for each user is created called the POPSpam account. The goal of this feature is to eliminate the very last spams that used to slip into user’s inboxes between the time the checking service last checked their account for spam and the time they check their mail. This feature is not necessary, but is highly suggested. To find out more, visit the POPSpam tutorial.

Is secure?

Yes, is just as secure as you checking your E-mail yourself. We use a 128-bit secure socket layer security certificate provided by COMODO. All users of our service are able to login and view their administration pages securely via the secure socket layer connection. In fact, the ability to view messages marked as spam on your administration page is even more secure than viewing regular E-mail in a standard E-mail client because a secure connection is established between your web browser and our servers.

What else can I do to secure my account?

1. Choose a secure password. You may use uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and other characters.
2. Log in using the secure page, which is the default setting.
3. Be sure to log out of your account by pressing the “Logout” button.
4. If you do not wish to use any longer, we suggest you delete your account rather than abandoning it.

How do turn off the verification messages and manually approve senders?

1. Login to your account.
2. Go to “Whitelists.”
3. Scroll down a bit, under the “E-mail Whitelist” section, and above the Save button, you will see a checkbox titled “Automatic approval”. You may uncheck it to not have send out verification messages.

How do I update my account information or change my password?

1. Login to your account.
2. Go to “Settings”, and update your settings accordingly.
If you are having login problems, please send us an email.

How do I cancel my account at

Click Here to cancel your account.

How do I add all my current friendly E-mails to my whitelist?

You must first convert your address book into a .csv file which you can later upload to your whitelist. The instructions below tell you how to do this for Outlook Express 5.0, Outlook Express 6.0, Outlook 2002, or Outlook 2000. Click Here for a graphical tutorial on how to add your friendly E-mails to your whitelist.

Outlook Express 5.0

Click File
Highlight Export and Select Address book
Select Text File (Comma Separated Values)
Click Export
Click Browse
Select where you want to save the file. Rename file (save as: Comma Separated Values [.csv]
Click Save
Click Next
Select the fields you want to export
Click Finish

Outlook Express 6.0

In the Address Book, on the File menu, click on Export->Other Address Book.
Select Text File (Comma Separated Values), and then click on Export button.
Click on Browse button and browse to where you would like to have the file saved to such as Desktop and in the file name box, name it such as contacts1 or contacts2 etc. Click on Next button
In the CSV Export window, select the fields you wish to export by clicking on or deselecting fields you may not use or want exported (note: not all fields import, and will need to be verified after completion) Click on Finish. This should complete the export, just need to import now into Webmail.

Outlook 2002

Run Outlook 2002. Click on File in the menu bar and select Import and Export….
In the Import and Export Wizard window, choose Export to a file and click on Next.
On the next screen, select Comma Separated Values (Windows) and click on Next.
Select Contacts as the folder to export from and click on Next.
Click on the Browse button (to select where to save file)
Click Next.
Click Finish.

Outlook 2000

Click File
Select Import and Export
Select Export to a File
Click Next
Click No if you get the AutoArchive option
Select Comma Separated Values (Windows)
Click Next
Select Contacts (to export from)
Click Next
Click Browse button (to select where to save file)
Click OK
Click Next
Click Finish

How do I change the language of the verification E-mails?

When you add your E-mail account to the service on the administration page, select the language you want for the verification messages sent out. We have a list of all our currently supported languages on the Translated Verification Messages page.

What is “Smart Language Detection” when I select a language when I add my E-mail account?

This is probably the best option to set the language to. will automatically detect the origin country of the E-mail address and send the appropriate verification E-mail in the proper language. This feature is a great help if you have many international contacts. For example, if someone in France E-mails you, they will most likely speak French, and if someone in Italy E-mails you, they will most likely speak Italian. If you have set the language to “Smart Language Detection” for your E-mail account, then the person in France will be sent a French version of the verification E-mail and the person in Italy will be sent an Italian version..

Why is my E-mail client unable to connect to the POPSpam account?

Problem: Outlook generates the following error when trying to connect to your server:

The host ‘’ could not be found. Please verify that you have entered the server name correctly. Account: ‘’, Server: ‘’,
Protocol: POP3, Port: 1111, Secure(SSL): No, Socket Error: 11001, Error Number: 0x800CCC0D.

Resolution: Please use “” and not “” for the mail server.

Why do I sometimes get a spam as the last message of my E-mail? scans your E-mail account every few minutes (from 5 to 15 minutes) and removes spam. If a spam mail is received after checks for spam and before you log in to your mail, you may receive one or more spams, depending on how often spam is sent to you. The solution we recently came up with to solve this problem is called the POPSpam virtual POP account, which when connected to by your username and password via your E-mail client, removes spam from your E-mail account.

You should setup your POPSpam account in your E-mail client so that it checks this account just before it checks your E-mail accounts protected by Yahoo users do not currently have the luxury of the POPSpam account unless they use 3rd party software that supports POP accounts. Visit the tutorial to learn how to install your POPSpam account.

Why do I still get many spam messages even after I signed up for

This problem is almost always due to improper configuration. Please be sure to follow these steps to ensure that is working for you:

1. Be sure you added all the E-mail accounts to your account that you want to protect.
2. Look through your whitelists, maybe you added simple keywords that allow almost any message to pass to your inbox. Remove such keywords.
3. Verify that you have correctly added POPSpam to your E-mail client. Remember to use your username and password and port 1111.

If you want to see exactly why all messages pass or fail the filters, before you check your E-mail login to your account and press the “Check All accounts Now For Spam” button. This will give you detailed information as to why each message passes or is deleted as spam.

If you have a Yahoo or GMail E-mail account, we suggest that you turn off the Bulk Mail folder (Spam Filter in the case of GMail) settings, as does not remove spam from this folder, only spam from your inbox.

How do I select all the JunkMail messages without having to check each one?

To select all the messages displayed on the current page of the JunkMail folder in your administration area, select the checkbox in the upper left corner of the form as shown in the screen shot below:

I want to know more information/stats about the JunkMail folder and the messages it can support?

You may set the length of time the messages remain in the JunkMail folder on the Settings/Accounts page when you log in to your account. It is located near the top of the page where it says “Allow senders X days to confirm their message before it is deleted from the server.”

Your JunkMail folder can currently support a virtually unlimited number of messages and the total size is also virtually unlimited. The JunkMail folder does not support mails or potential viruses over 250 Kb in size. So, if you receive an E-mail that is larger than this size, which will probably have an attachment, it will not be marked as spam. We change the 250 Kb size from time to time.

Does save me bandwidth?

Yes and no. Since spam is removed from your inbox and you do not have to download it, it will save bandwidth between you and your inbox. Also, it greatly reduces the time to check your mail. However, since checks your inbox regularly and downloads and removed spams, it uses bandwidth between your E-mail server and our servers.

What if a message I receive has an invalid To or From header?

Most E-mail that has invalid headers are usually spam, but sometimes no From field is provided in the header. A verification E-mail will not be sent to the sender of such an E-mail because no From address was provided. Instead, the message will be removed to your “Messages Marked as Spam” folder in your account for you to view and undelete if necessary.

Why don’t you have a “Global Whitelist” feature?

If E-mails were checked to see if they were from someone in a “Global Whitelist”, which would be a large whitelist of every user who has verified themselves once on our system, all a spammer would need to do is to confirm their address once and then he would be able to spam everyone on our service, defeating the purpose of it. We may consider adding a “Global Whitelist” feature in the future, which can be turned on or off by the user.

Will still work if I check my E-mail very frequently?

Yes, if you use the POPSpam account. If not, then if you start Outlook, Eudora, or some other E-mail client, set it to check for new messages every minute, and leave it on all day, then you will be downloading your mail before has a chance to remove the spam from your E-mail account. We recommend that you either open your E-mail client, check for messages, and then close it, or change the settings to check for new messages every 10 minutes or more if you do not install the POPSpam account.

Does work with AOL, Yahoo, GMail, Hotmail, or MSN accounts? is compatible with Gmail and AOL (via IMAP) E-mail accounts, but not MSN. Hotmail support may be added in the future.

What happens if goes down for a few minutes, will any mail be lost?

No, will not check your E-mail account for spam and hence it will not be removed from your account. However, you will not be able to view the messages in the JunkMail Folder if our website goes down.

How often does run for my E-mail account?

Our system checks for spam and removes it from your E-mail accounts every 5 to 15 minutes automatically.

What is your privacy policy and Terms of Service? will not read your E-mail or give or sell any content you give to to any third-party. does not collect any personal information on the visitors of our website. We neither retain any information, distribute it or allow any one of our partners to collect information about our users. Information you provide us with will be used to provide you with service and to improve the service. By visiting and using’s anti-spam service, you agree to the Terms of Service. Users are encouraged to read our Privacy Policy

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What is Express?

0spam express free spam Express is a nice 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.

  • Connects to your account to remove spam right before you check your mail
  • Compatible with all Windows based E-mail clients such as Outlook, Windows Mail, Eudora
  • Automates new account creation, signup in just three easy steps.
  • Works silently in background only when your E-mail client is running
  • This software is 100% free!

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