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Spam Sleuth version 4.0 for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003
Q: Can I sort the columns? Yes. It can take some time to sort because
everything is highly compressed on your hard
Q: What do the dots mean next to the e-mail headers?
A: The green dot means that the message was not
determined to be spam.
The yellow dot means the message was modified
before being sent to your e-mail program
The red dot means the message was determined to
be spam because the score assigned exceeded the
your spam threshold.
Q: Why doesn't Spam Sleuth keep track of the sort
A: Spam Sleuth is designed to handle a lot of spam.
To be efficient, it only loads the e-mails that
you see in the viewer. When you sort, it has to
build the entire list which can be very slow
because Spam Sleuth compresses the spam to take
very little of your disk resources.