projects : FastForward


A utility to train spam filtersWindows


FastForward (previously known as SpamTrainer) is a small utility that makes it easier to train the PlusNet spam filters. For more information on the PlusNet spam filters, see this guide.

It allows the user to 'forward' any emails to PlusNet that should be identified as spam. Once configured, using FastForward is very is easy and there are several ways of using it, depending on the user's preference. A web-based guide to using an earlier version of FastForward can be found here

Please see the ReadMe file if you have any problems running the software. Any feedback can be sent via the contact form on this website or THIS thread. Unfortunately, we do not have the time to monitor the PlusNet community forum on a regular basis, so do not expect to get a reply from us if you post there.

Previous version downloads: v1.0.5 = 89, v1.1.6 = 117, v1.1.8 = 131, v1.1.9 = 290, v1.2.1 = 19, v1.2.2 = 21

Download v1.2.5

Version 1.2.5 includes a bugfix for the problem experienced when trying to attach emails in Outlook Express where the previous attachment folder is not the FastForward one.

Download v1.2.7

Version 1.2.7 includes Postini header analysis.

Download v1.2.8

Version 1.2.8 includes Postini header analysis tweaks, spoof email reporting, progress bar and optional confirmation message.


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