SubRosaSoft, Ltd. is shipping a new app for Mac users, MailGuardian 1.0. MailGuardian is a utility tool set designed for filtering unwanted emails. The app features automated redirecting and spam list downloading for auto deletion. According to SubRosaSoft:
SubRosaSoft.com Ltd., a software company based in New Zealand specialising in utility and privacy software - today announced the immediate availability of MailGuardian, adding to their Guardian range of software.
MailGuardian is a collection of tools that help guard your eMail. Integrating automated redirecting and dynamic flexible blocking, it not only helps manage your important or urgent eMail, but can remove most unwanted eMail before having to bother with a long list of spam.
Keeping the focus on guarding data, MailGuardian can watch for important eMail - by looking for specific phrases then redirecting those eMail to another address of your choice.
Assisting with the global fight on unsolicited eMail, MailGuardian automatically downloads a new list of known spammers and key phrases found in spam, then deletes matching eMail before you have to see them.
You can find more information about the MailGuardian release at the SubRosaSoft, Ltd Web site. MailGuardian 1.0 is available for US$24.95.