Linux, BSD and Unix Spam Fighting Tools
What Spam Filter Are You Using?
By the numbers, spam should be everywhere. If it's not 95% of your email inbox, chances are you have a spam filter to thank. Which spam filter, though, is it? Do you rely on your email service's; the filter built into your email program; a separate spam filter perhaps? Share your pick here and find out what spam filtering others are using, too.
IMAP Spam Begone
IMAP Spam Begone lets you apply great SpamAssassin spam filtering to any IMAP account. It works reliably and efficiently, but different actions depending on the spam score would be nice.
POPFile - Free Spam Filter
POPFile is a powerful and flexible email classification POP and NNTP proxy that you can use to filter spam efficiently and categorize good mail automatically.
SpamAssassin provides complex and highly efficient scoring spam filters as well as Bayesian filtering through a simple and easy to use and integrate interface.
Spamato - Free Spam Filter
Spamato filters POP and IMAP accounts for spam with the potential for high precision and plug-ins that make it easy to use in Outlook and Mozilla Thunderbird.
SpamBayes employs sophisticated analysis using Bayesian statistics to rid your email Inbox of junk mail precisely and in an effortless manner.
SpamX is a great tool for determining the source of spam and lets you send precise and correct complaints easily, too.