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  • It is from a domain that is on your accepted domain list.
  • You approved it manually

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April 8th, 2003. Version 1.600
April 8th, 2003
ChoiceMail 1.600
Release Notes


Auto-responder — You can now store different messages and select which one you wish to use at any time.
Automatic deletion — You can now control whether ChoiceMail automatically should delete a sender when it fails to send a registration request.
POP3 lists — You can now access the list of messages waiting on the server and optionally deleting individual messages. This lets you quickly delete a spam message if ChoiceMail was unable to download it.
Exchange support — Numerous modifications to support Outlook clients using MS Exchange.
Activity logs — Now remembers 1024 lines of data rather than 256.


Sender Filter — The state of sender filter (for looking up senders) is no longer remembered when you restart ChoiceMail. This was changed for usability reasons based on customer feedback.
Non US yahoo accounts — Fixed a problem where the webmail wizard would not allow yahoo accounts to be created if they did not end with the .com postfix.
Multiple monitors — Fixed a bug where ChoiceMail crashed if the window size was made to large, as can happen when using multiple monitors.
HTTP accounts — We now recognize and handle HTTP accounts that were already created in Outlook Express.
Webmail — Includes updated DLL to support change in login process for AOL as well as some other speed improvements. Also fixed a problem (again) to manage AOL addresses that did not include domains.
AV on exit — Fixed problem where sometimes there will be an AV accessing recycle bin form while quitting the application. This MAY also be responsible for a problem where ChoiceMail would sometimes prevent Windows from shutting down.
Account detection on Outlook XP — Now properly recognize accounts that have hex characters in them
Junk box dates — Received dates of junk box messages was being retrieved incorrectly.
Junk box files — Fixed problem where some messages could not be moved into the junk box if the filenames were the same.


What our users say:

I'll never own a computer and an email account without using CHOICEMAIL! To me, using CHOICEMAIL protetection, is just as important as having an Anti-virus program. I've added CHOICEMAIL to my list of things needed when setting up a computer!

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