Spaminator

  1. Introduction
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  5. How it Works

spaminator :: Your email inbox can be virtually spam-free

Suspect Email Blocking is based on a simple concept:

You can give permission to individuals, like your family, friends, and coworkers. Spaminator also lets you give permission to entire companies or domains. This comes in handy when you want to receive email from everyone in your company, an online store, a mailing list, and so on.

Allowed Sender Requests
When spaminator intercepts a message, from a sender not in your webmail Address Book, a notification is automatically sent to the sender with the following email message:

This is an automatic reply to your email message to johndoe@peoplepc.com

This email address is protected by spaminator. Your email message has been redirected to a "suspect email" folder for johndoe@peoplepc.com. In order for your message to be moved to this recipient's Inbox, he or she must add your email address to list of allowed.

Click the link below to request that johndoe@peoplepc.com add you to this list.
The link points to an online Allowed Sender Request form that the sender can fill out to request to be added to your Address Book. If the sender fills out the form, you receive an Allowed Sender Request via email. You can accept this request to add the sender to your Address Book.

Learn how to accept the request
Learn how to block future email and Allowed Sender Requests from the sender