SpamBully for Outlook 4.4.0.53 for Windows

by Team Spam Bully

Avg. Rating 2.9 (68 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.1 MB
License Shareware, $29.95
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,323
Publisher Team Spam Bully
Homepage SpamBully
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Spam Bully is a Bayesian spam filter that intelligently keeps your Inbox free of spam. Easily integrates into Outlook. Easy to use toolbar. Allow or block email addresses, IP's, words/phrases you choose. Block spam by country and language. Bounce spam back to spammers. Report spammers to their hosts and the FTC. Forward only good emails to your cellphone. Send challenge emails to unfamiliar emailers. Auto delete spam from spammers on your Block list before it downloads to Outlook. Comprehensive statistics. Convert the SpamBully toolbar into English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, and other popular languages. Every feature is fully customizable.

Latest Reviews

krgood

krgood reviewed v4.4.0.31 on Apr 25, 2016

I used this for a while while it was free but when they changed it to a annual fee, i dropped it....also dropped outlook as well. Check out Postbox and Emclient...Much better choice and better spam monitoring. Also ther is Clyton, a good client for spam but still missing some necessary features like a integrated Calendar...and a few others...

GoodThings2Life

GoodThings2Life reviewed v4.0.0.90 Beta on Feb 17, 2007

Redundant.

Outlook 2003's built-in spam filtering does a very efficient and dependable job on filtering spam, especially if you install the filter updates via Microsoft Update each month. It's also free and customizable.

This shareware on the other hand, costs $25 after the trial is about as reliable as Outlooks, and doesn't seem to have the options that Outlooks' native filter has.

Bu1wink1e

Bu1wink1e reviewed v4.0.0.57 Beta on Nov 7, 2006

Hmmm Outlook 2003 spam filter or a real spam filter... Gee Think I'll go with a real spam filter... Outlook's is very basic an incapable of filtering out most spam now bombarding my mailbox.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v4.0.0.39 Beta on Oct 9, 2006

Outlook has its own built in spam detection now, and it's really quite effective. It has white lists, black lists, levels of detection etc.... this software is on its way to total "waste" so getting it is pointless, and paying for it, is stupid.
Especially since the screen capture shows outlook 2003, and Microsoft releases detection updates periodically.

Avoid this one like the plague...

Adidas1532

Adidas1532 reviewed v1.2.0.95 RC5 on May 7, 2003

well, at the time i reviewed it, it was free. it wasn't until recently that they decided to make it shareware not freeware.

wd40

wd40 reviewed v1.2.0.91 RC5 on May 1, 2003

SpamNet by Cloudmark is NOT free anymore. Free is good. $$ is not.

Change

Change reviewed v1.0 Beta 1 on Nov 19, 2002

After I installed Spam Bully and chose "Check inbox", it downloaded my messages and automatically marked email as spam (wrongly!!) and sent out "please confirm you're not a spammer by typing the password" to some business contacts! This is quite painful.

They should make the default setting to NOT send these
messages automatically or at least have a confirm question!

I'd like a standalone version much more than an Outlook plugin, because it would be able to act as a "simple" pop3 checker. The program does look very promising (compared to SpamKiller and Mailwasher), but I think there are still quite some quirks to get rid of. Easier adding of email addresses to white and black lists would be nice too.

Avg. Rating 2.9 (68 votes)
Your Rating
krgood

krgood reviewed v4.4.0.31 on Apr 25, 2016

I used this for a while while it was free but when they changed it to a annual fee, i dropped it....also dropped outlook as well. Check out Postbox and Emclient...Much better choice and better spam monitoring. Also ther is Clyton, a good client for spam but still missing some necessary features like a integrated Calendar...and a few others...

GoodThings2Life

GoodThings2Life reviewed v4.0.0.90 Beta on Feb 17, 2007

Redundant.

Outlook 2003's built-in spam filtering does a very efficient and dependable job on filtering spam, especially if you install the filter updates via Microsoft Update each month. It's also free and customizable.

This shareware on the other hand, costs $25 after the trial is about as reliable as Outlooks, and doesn't seem to have the options that Outlooks' native filter has.

Bu1wink1e

Bu1wink1e reviewed v4.0.0.57 Beta on Nov 7, 2006

Hmmm Outlook 2003 spam filter or a real spam filter... Gee Think I'll go with a real spam filter... Outlook's is very basic an incapable of filtering out most spam now bombarding my mailbox.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v4.0.0.39 Beta on Oct 9, 2006

Outlook has its own built in spam detection now, and it's really quite effective. It has white lists, black lists, levels of detection etc.... this software is on its way to total "waste" so getting it is pointless, and paying for it, is stupid.
Especially since the screen capture shows outlook 2003, and Microsoft releases detection updates periodically.

Avoid this one like the plague...

Adidas1532

Adidas1532 reviewed v1.2.0.95 RC5 on May 7, 2003

well, at the time i reviewed it, it was free. it wasn't until recently that they decided to make it shareware not freeware.

wd40

wd40 reviewed v1.2.0.91 RC5 on May 1, 2003

SpamNet by Cloudmark is NOT free anymore. Free is good. $$ is not.

Change

Change reviewed v1.0 Beta 1 on Nov 19, 2002

After I installed Spam Bully and chose "Check inbox", it downloaded my messages and automatically marked email as spam (wrongly!!) and sent out "please confirm you're not a spammer by typing the password" to some business contacts! This is quite painful.

They should make the default setting to NOT send these
messages automatically or at least have a confirm question!

I'd like a standalone version much more than an Outlook plugin, because it would be able to act as a "simple" pop3 checker. The program does look very promising (compared to SpamKiller and Mailwasher), but I think there are still quite some quirks to get rid of. Easier adding of email addresses to white and black lists would be nice too.

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