Cactus Spam Filter (Free)

Cactus Spam Filter is a free easy-to-use spam blocker. It protects your inbox by learning to detect spam as it’s being used. After a short while it has adapted to your personal mailbox and blocks out most of the junk e-mail. Since the filter becomes personal, spammers will not be able to fool it.

Even though this is a brutal, merciless spam killer, no e-mails will get lost unless you delete them. Installation is very simple. No setup is required in your e-mail client; this spam stopper integrates seamlessly with all e-mail clients that use POP3. It has been successfully tested with Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Outlook Express, Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail, Netscape, Opera, Mozilla, Mozilla Thunderbird, Eudora, Pegasus Mail, IncrediMail, Foxmail, POP Peeper, Command Line POP Client, The Bat!, and Phoenix Mail. With some additional setup you can get it running with gmail also.

Cactus Spam Filter will efficiently filter spam e-mail by tagging their subject line. The user can easily setup the e-mail client to automatically move such messages into a junk folder or directly to the recycle bin. This anti-spam program learns to detect spam as it’s being used, and believe me, Cactus Spam Filter is a fast learner. After a few e-mails it will start to make its own decisions to relieve you from the spam burden.

One of the unique features of Cactus Spam Filter is the ease of use. After you have downloaded and installed it no more settings are required! No account setup, no POP proxies, nothing! Just start your favorite e-mail program and Cactus Spam Filter will instantly protect it!

Cactus Spam Filter is compatible with Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows7.

Here is a short guide of how to setup message rules for Cactus Spam Filter with different e-mail clients.

Download Cactus Spam Filter

Download the latest version of Cactus Spam Filter here.

If you like it and got a couple of bucks going spare, please consider giving me a donation for the effort :)



spam [spaem] unsolicited usually commercial e-mail sent to a large number of addresses. filter [fIl.tEr] to remove impurities from (something) by, or as if by, using a filter.