I was a long-time user of OS/2. My first version was a beta of OS/2 2.0. That must’ve been, like, 1992 or so?
Since then, I’ve worked with Warp beta (2.99), Warp 3, Warp Connect, Warp 4, Warp Server 4, and finally eComStation.
Sometimes, even OS/2 didn’t do exactly what I wanted. So I’ve written some programs to fill up these voids. And now I’ve decided to share the most helpful of them with other OS/2 users.
RBLcheck is a program that assists against the annoyance of spam email.
It can be used to check email messages whether they were sent though well-known open mail relays, or other frequently used hosts on the Internet.
It does so by checking the hops the email message went against some real-time blacklists. If found, it tags the message with the score. What you want to do with the message, is up to you; you can build filters to check the tags added by RBLcheck, and act upon them.
RBLcheck has its own set of pages here with all the info. The URL is http://besse.nl/os2-software/rblcheck/.