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SaveMyModem

SaveMyModem is an anti-spam, email-shaping, and delete-on-server email tool. It is designed for users with slow dialup connections who are tired of downloading large amounts of spam and worm and virus attachments.

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  •  19 Apr 2004 23:33

    Release Notes: A bug in UIDL management has been fixed.

    •  05 Nov 2003 13:39

      Release Notes: The "STAT " bug in the POP3 plugin was fixed. An rblcheck patch was applied.

      •  18 Aug 2003 13:14

        Release Notes: The POP3 plugin was patched to use less bandwidth, especially in cases where a lot of messages are kept on the POP3 server.

        •  07 Jul 2003 13:19

          Release Notes: The waste of bandwidth caused by a wrong #ifdef was fixed. NOOP messages are now sent every n seconds, not every n milliseconds. This bug only affected Linux.

          •  06 Jul 2003 12:04

            Release Notes: Some new improvements to the POP3 plugin will avoid automatic disconnection of a non-standard POP3 server. The NOOP feature has been ported to Windows. A cleaner thread design is now used, which will speed up the disconnection process.

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