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SpamDrain uses per-session cookies. These are used to facilitate logging in, and to remember which language you have chosen for the site. These per-session cookies disappear when you close your web browser. SpamDrain also uses cookies to remember whether you have deactivated help bubbles, for menu navigation in the help system and to gather general statistics about how visitors move about the site. NOTE: All of these cookies are anonymous They cannot be linked to you personally.

If you do not accept cookies, you will not be able to log in and the site will not work as it should. If you do not want to accept cookies, your web browser can be set so that you automatically reject cookies or are notified if a web page contains cookies. Previously stored cookies can also be deleted through the web browser. See the web browser’s help pages for more information.

Security and personal integrity

SpamDrain safeguards your personal integrity. We do not therefore demand any unnecessary information about you when you become a customer. You can also rest assured that only SpamDrain will be able to view the information you provide.

Filtered e-mails are saved for a limited time.

The messages that are filtered by SpamDrain are saved for a limited period on SpamDrain’s servers in a secured environment. This is done to ensure you can access any filtered messages that ought to have been approved.

You can clear your archive – which normally only contains spam and viruses – at any time. The messages in your archive are deleted automatically when they have been there for a certain length of time.

You can use SpamDrain with full peace of mind.