The modes of communication has steadily evolved through the years, and now we do not have to wait for such a long time before we can get letters from people halfway across the world.
The email has really revolutionized communication and has made it very easy for people from different point of the globe to still stay in touch.
Because of the extreme convenience that email has rendered in our lives, email has become a very invaluable mode of communication in this era. The only problem is that a few people have made emailing extremely annoying by flooding our inboxes with different junk mail and other unsolicited emails.
Spam now totals 80 to 85% of the entire number of emails sent worldwide. This means that we often get flooded by unsolicited emails that we neither want nor need.
There are plenty of programs that can filter one’s inbox and make sure that all the spam gets marked and segregated.
However, if you plan to purchase a software you better be good in scrutinizing all the available programs in the market. Each software is different from the other and you only want to get the one which is worth your money.
Spam Bully is the newest anti-spam program from the Bayesian spam filters. Spam Bully is a program that is developed for different outlook and outlook users who are having experiencing problems with spam and what their inboxes to be filtered.
This very specific market approach makes Bayesian a very competitive software developer.
What I particularly like about Spam Bully is that it can mark e-mails as spam or not based on how you would mark these e-mails. It doesn’t follow its own standards of what spam is but rather it follows yours.
When the user manually marks spam in his inbox, Spam Bully will be able to track this pattern of filtering and use this knowledge to mark emails automatically.
Downloading Spam Bully won’t take you that long as the it is only a 4.5mb file. However, the download speed ultimately depends on your internet connection.
The installation process is basically seamless but do not be surprised if the program asks to look around your software for a few seconds to “optimize”.