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Cloudmark DesktopOne

 
License:
Freeware
Price/Registration Fee:
Free
File size:
8.7 MB
Publisher:
Cloudmark
Last Updated:
05/03/11
Version:
1.2
Review:
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User Rating:
44444
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Cloudmark DesktopOne Description:

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Quick, easy, automatic setup

Cloudmark DesktopOne installs in seconds, then automatically detects email accounts on your computer and begins filtering them with a click of a button.

Keeps Filtering Even When Your Email Program is Closed

Cloudmark DesktopOne works independently of your email program to block spam around the clock, even when your email program is closed.

Manage Multiple Email Accounts in One Window

When you're in Pro mode, the Accounts window displays your protected email accounts, with statistics about how many spam messages were blocked for each one. Open this window to configure your Cloudmark DesktopOne to filter, sort, and delete spam.

Simple Online Account Management

Manage your Cloudmark subscription in a convenient web-based interface. You can also purchase additional licenses to protect more computers for your family or your office.


System Requirements: (32-bit or 64-bit): Windows 7, Windows Vista SP2 or higher, Windows XP 32-bit only, SP3 or higher
Operating System Support: Win7 x32, Win7 x64, WinVista, WinVista x64, WinXP
Tags: anti-spam, anti-virus, anti-malware, anti-phishing, security, privacy

 
 

Cloudmark DesktopOne reviewReview for Cloudmark DesktopOne

Cloudmark DesktopOne rating 4.71 out of 5 based on 7 ratings. With 0 user reviews.

11111 Baited 'free' ='s basic not much of anything.


Free sounds good, U get 1 monitored e-mail account that they claim will be 'Filtering for IMAP, POP, Exchange, and Web mail accounts' & 'Self-help support' WOW! But they want $20 a year for their Pro does a the whole Spam suite deal which is what mailwasher © (free) does just as good, in fact better, maybe it's the envelope U want around your e-mails but I think I'll pass. Most e-mail users can create spam filters pretty well and lots of sites list 1,000's of black-listed domains like *@warez.com to help you get started.

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