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From: dale at puredistortion.com (Dale Stirling)
Date: Tue, 19 May 2009 14:50:38 +1000

We use amavis/spamassasin/clamAV for our gateway. We are using the
openprotect.com rules channel for rules with a great amount of
success.

We are also using postgrey to do greylisting of emails but that is not
as effective anymore, creates more complaints about delaying mail than
stopping SPAM.

Dale.


On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 12:29 PM, Vincent Lape <vlape at me.com> wrote:
Were using ironport with our exchange server (external machine) and
websense on the internal


On May 18, 2009, at 9:38 PM, Arch Angel <arch3angel at gmail.com> wrote:

I am looking to see what everyone is using for Spam / Virus
Filtering on their Email.

Are you using open-source, software based, appliance based, etc..

Right now we are having ours done through outsource and I am
thinking this is a bad solution as it relies on outside people to
maintain security of the email for one, and their ability to catch
things is not the best from what I have seen. ?I am not going to say
what we use as I want to see if anyone else is using it as well and
then see if maybe it is a configuration or setup issue we are
having, although being out sourced I still don't feel that warm and
fuzzy about it...

Thanks ahead of time for the time, I know we are all really busy!

Robert
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