The installation of AntiSpam (for one user) is quite simple:
AntiSpam3.bmpto PMail's program directory (1) (so they are potentially available for all users (2)).
AntiSpam3*.*to your home mailbox directory. (1)
(1) If you are not sure about these directories start PMail and
take a look at Help > About Pegasus Mail > Info and look for
the lines saying:
Home mailbox location:
(2) If you don't want that for some reason you have to modify
AntiSpam3.fff to reflect the changed path to
If you don't use the English version of PMail you have to change
for the German version
AntiSpam3.fde would be the correct name.
If you put
AntiSpam3.fff into PMail's program directory, it will be
accessable for all users. All other files have to be put into the users'
home mailbox directories nevertheless.
Delete all files named
Yes that's all.
If you want to deactivate AntiSpam without uninstalling (deleting) it
you can simply rename
AntiSpam3.fff into something meaningless (perhaps
Although there is no reason for it you can use both AntiSpam3 and AntiSpam2 because all file names are different.
For instructions on how to use AntiSpam3 read
Readme.txt or visit
© Philipp Spitzer and Gregor Herrmann (Toast Freeware)
Last update: 29.04.2004, 14:31 UTC