NextGen Development Corp. has unveiled a new anti-spam solution dubbed GoodbyeSpam.com. The service works with all e-mail accounts including POP3, AOL, Yahoo, Hotmail, MSN, IMAP and Juno.
With three levels of security, GoodbyeSpam operates in a browser window. This means it works on any platform that can access the Internet including the Mac, Windows, Linux, Unix and handheld PDAs. GoodbyeSpam allows anyone accessing the Internet to take advantage of its anti-spam features regardless of the type of accounts they own, the number of accounts they have, or the computer platform they use, according to company president Jeff Schwartz.
With the solution, users establish Approved and Blocked lists. You can also import names from your e-mail accounts for pre-approval. When e-mail arrives in the inbox, the program eliminates blocked e-mail and places all non-approved messages in quarantine. It then automatically sends an e-mail to each sender asking them to click on an embedded link. Once senders do so, their names are placed on the Approved list, their messages are returned to the inbox and all future e-mail will go through.
GoodbyeSpam is available in two versions. The Home version supports a single e-mail account and offers two levels of security for US$3.22 per month. The Professional version manages an unlimited number of e-mail accounts and offers three levels of security for $5.32 monthly. Both versions are available for a free 30-day trial.
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