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The Bayesian spam filter

February 25, 2023

The Bayesian spam filter is a statistical algorithm used to identify spam emails. It uses a mathematical approach to analyze the content of an email message and assigns a probability that it is either spam or not spam. Bayesian spam filtering is based on the principle that words and phrases commonly used in spam emails…

How to enable spam filter in Thunderbird

February 25, 2023

Thunderbird is an open-source email client that includes a powerful spam filter designed to help users automatically filter out unwanted spam messages. The spam filter in Thunderbird uses a combination of techniques to identify and filter out spam messages, including: The spam filter in Thunderbird can be configured to suit your needs, with options to…

What software have spam filter

February 25, 2023

Most email software and email service providers have built-in spam filters to help users automatically filter out unwanted spam mail. Here are some examples of email software and providers that have spam filters: There are many other email software and service providers that have spam filters built in, so check the documentation or help files…

What is Spam Mail and How to Prevent

February 25, 2023

Spam mail is unsolicited email, usually sent in bulk to a large number of recipients, often for commercial or fraudulent purposes. Spam mail can also be used for phishing attacks, where the sender impersonates a legitimate organization or person to try to trick the recipient into providing sensitive information or clicking on a malicious link.…

What is DMARC ?

February 25, 2023

DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) is an email authentication protocol that builds on top of SPF and DKIM to provide domain owners with greater control over how their domain is used in email messages. DMARC enables domain owners to specify policies for how their domain’s email should be handled if it fails SPF…

What is Email DKIM – DomainKeys Identified Mail

February 25, 2023

DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) is an email authentication protocol that uses public key cryptography to verify that an email message was sent by an authorized sender and that the message was not altered in transit. When a sender uses DKIM to sign an email message, they include a digital signature in the message header that…

What is Email SPF (Sender Policy Framework)

February 25, 2023

Email SPF (Sender Policy Framework) is an email authentication protocol that helps prevent email spoofing and phishing by verifying that the sender of an email message is authorized to send messages on behalf of the domain in the message’s “From” field. In other words, SPF allows the recipient’s email server to check that the sender’s…

Email Spoofing

February 22, 2023

Introduction Email spoofing is the act of creating and sending emails with a forged sender address to deceive the recipient into thinking that the message came from someone else. It is a common tactic used in phishing and spam campaigns, and it can also be used for more malicious purposes such as fraud or identity…

About POP3 and IMAP

December 31, 2022

POP3 (Post Office Protocol version 3) and IMAP (Internet Mail Access Protocol) are two protocols that are used to retrieve email messages from a remote server. The main difference between the two protocols is how they handle email messages on the server. With POP3, when you download an email message using a client like Microsoft…

How to RemoveMail Account on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch Video Guide

September 29, 2020