Clyton 22.0

"Clyton" snapshot

Clyton is an email client with advanced security and spam filtering features. Although priced for the general public, Clyton possesses the reliability and security required by businesses.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/8/10/Vista/XP/Server
Publisher:
Gammadyne Corporation
Price:
$25
File size:
19.44 Mb
Date added:
February 2, 2011
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Description from the Publisher
Clyton is an email client with advanced security and spam filtering features. The spam filter is highly configurable and supports DNS blacklist checking (DNSBL). Expect 85% of spam to be eliminated with the default configuration. Email that is suspicious but not obviously spam is quarantined for 24 hours and then retested, providing the blacklist enough time to react to new spam sources. The built-in address book supports personalized mass-mailings. Received email cannot run scripts, download multimedia, or use embedded objects without your approval. Other features include encrypted storage, whitelisting, powerful HTML editor, attachment viewer, message drag and drop, custom message templates, SSL encryption, USB flash drive installation, and much more.
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