If you’re tired of trying to figure out which e-mails are legitimate and which are fishing scams, you might want to give the newest version of Eudora, which includes the new Scamwatch tool. It analyzes the links contained in e-mails that you receive, and warns you when the links don’t match their hostnames. A terrific way to help protect users from clicking willy-nilly on any old link in an e-mail.
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