Re: spam filtering?? esp of repeating that changes their name and msg header?
I concur. For the longest time I used K-9 and it worked really good, but there always seemed to be those that always slipped thru. I started using MailWasher Pro a few weeks ago, and other than the odd e-mail that is questionable, it works good. I would also suggest getting the FirstAlert subscription for MWP, along with signing up with SpamCop for reporting purposes.
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