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Speaking of SPAM...

By decalant ·
The users on my network are receiving a lot of (exceptionally nasty, might I add...) porno email and other spam/UCE.

Can anybody suggest a product to help me filter or limit this type of email? Gentle payroll ladies receiving porn from "rapeman@yahoo.com" advertising just what you'd think. This is not a good scene!

We're running Exchange Server 5.5 SP4 on NT 4.0 Server SP6a. Soon to upgrade to Exchange 2k, though.

I've considered a product called "SurfControl", but the first time I tried to implement it the server it was installed on just crashed right away...

Thanks in advance,
Shannon

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Spam Cop

by SusAlt In reply to Speaking of SPAM...

There is a service available called Spam Cop (www.spamcop.com), which will give you many ideas about how to protect from spam, how to report spam, and offer a service to filter mail. It may be a good first step to go and read a little.

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Here's a list to start with!

by Vern Anderson In reply to Speaking of SPAM...

http://www.slipstick.com/addins/content_control.htm

if these forums don't allow links then cut and paiste that to your browsers address box.

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