From Mongus Solutions:
Herbivore is a anti spam filter that utilizes the email messege content to identify and screen spam mail based on the amount of times the message has been sent to the network of Herbivore users. Herbivore eliminates email popups, provides a 'friends list', and a message viewer that eliminates all executable commands embedded within the message.
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"Slow, clunky, ineffective"
Version: Herbivore Distributed Anti Spam Filter 5.0
JRE-based proxy filter sits between your email client and mail server. Screens rarely refresh correctly in software. Filters rarely catch any spam. Relies on a userbase that must be too small to accomplish what needs to be done. My self-written rules for my mail client catch more spam. If I wanted to read and approve my own spam, I wouldn't be searching for a filter, would I?