> I need to see who every email is from and
> at least examine the subject line, so spam
> killers are not for me.
EMF keep a log of all your stopped emails, which you
can view on their web site. The spam log shows date,
sender and subject line, reason for the stop, and a
release button. I check through my EMF spam log once
a week. In the 12 months that I have been using EMF
I have found 2 genuine emails out of a total of 3036
spam emails stopped, released them to my inbox and
warned the sender that their email address is on
spam black lists.
There have been about a dozen others which looked
as though they might possibly be genuine, but when
released and received turned out to be spam - in other
words the EMF system knows better than I do!
As for EMF failures, i.e. spams which get through the
net, there are about 2 a day, usually the Nigerian million
dollar scams. I could stop even those by changing my
EMF settings to include sender-verification, but I have
found that that can sometimes cause delays to genuine
In the same time my anti-virus (McAfee VirusScan Online,
which updates itself every 4 hours automatically) has
never fired once, and my EMF virus log is currently
showing 474 viruses stopped. (These emails can't be
released.) That averages more than one virus a day
over the full year, although the rate has increased
considerably recently. A year ago it was only about
one virus a week.
The beauty of the system is that all this stuff never
even reaches your computer, so email downloads are
faster and you can read your email in relaxed fashion
without any nagging worries or constant deletes and
filter setting changes. The cost is nothing compared
to the time saved.
Just a well satisfied user of
and happy to quote my email address below.