SpamPal sits between your email program and your mailbox, checking your email as you retrieve it. Any email messages that SpamPal considers to be spam will be "tagged" with a special header. All you have to do is configure your email client to filter anything with this header into a separate folder, so your spam won't be mixed up with the rest of your email.
To identify what is spam and what isn't, SpamPal uses so-called "DNSBL" lists, which lists servers that facilitate spam. Any email from these machines have an increased probability of being spam.
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