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Good Spam Filter??

By CGriffith318 ·
The company I work for is looking into getting a better spam filter. We currently use a version from Symantec that came with our anti-virus software. But is not working well. We would like something that has good reporting and is easy to configure. If you know the website of the product you suggest, please leave it in your comment.

Thanks in advance!

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by Oz_Media In reply to Good Spam Filter??

2 ideas from testing I have done.

1) GW Guardian, although labelled as GroupWise Guardian, this is a MS server and Exchange compliant system, VERY ROBUST!!! VERY expensive!!

2) GWAVA, again designd for GroupWise but I believe this is also available for Exchange and Lotus Notes. This is a FANTASTIC solution and by far he most powerful and robust scanning system I have ever used. Both of these products scan BEFORE the mail is in the server or delivered to the client. They incorporate your existing AV solution and are very resourceful. GWAVA took a little fiddling, as fo most, but their new interface allows it to scan YOUR mail and create HAM/APM lists based on a heuristic scamn of what you want and what you don't, this is VERY accurate and with a client receiving nearly 1500 emails per week, I managed to get it down to 0-1 false positive trapped each week with NO spam hitting the desktops. Less expensive than Guardian too.

GW Guardian : http://www.gwtools.com/products.cfm?doc_id=307&p=16&CFID=109003&CFTOKEN=12628667

GWAVA: http://www.gwava.com (their support is pretty good too)

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Damn typos sorry, I always forget to spel check in Q&A, Discussions has the edit feature that is missing from here.

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by BFilmFan In reply to Good Spam Filter??

I recommend CypherTrust's IronMail appliance. It isn't cheap, but I have had excellent results with it.

If you are looking for a software only solution, I've had good luck with Brightmail, but again, it isn't cheap.

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by araxis In reply to Good Spam Filter??

Hi,
I think you should try the award winning product called SafetyBar that stops spam and fraud immediately. It's easy to use and you get one month FREE to see how well it works. Another bonus - if you choose not to subscribe to full spam and fraud protection after your free trial, SafetyBar will continue to protect you from harmful fraud messages for free.
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System Requirements:
? Outlook 2000/2002/XP/2003
? Outlook Express 5/6
? Windows 98/NT/2000/XP

Hands down for 3.99 a month this is the best bang for the buck they also offer an enterprise version to.

Good Luck!

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