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hi Larry,
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we did use that product since ages...it's not that good in comparison to =
SA, because it's not using bayes-filtering (at least not in version 8 =
which we're using).
You're stuck to static filters like filefilters (looking for "bad" =
fileextensions like *.pif, *.com, *.scr,, etc..), subject-filters and =
mailbody-filters. Formerly we quarantined recognized spam-mails and had =
to look through the quarantine-area from time to time to watch out for =
false positives.
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Nowadays we're using NoSpamProxy with Help of SA (spamd) in front of our =
Exchange-Server and Antigen (as virus-scanner) on the exchange-machine. =
This combination works great. Big advantage is that there is no =
quarantine anymore..mails are accepted or not at the gateway...if mail =
(spam) is rejected, the sender is informed WHY and that he/she should =
contact us.
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Ove
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-----Urspr=FCngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Rosenbaum, Larry M. [mailto:rosenbaumlm@ornl.gov]=20
Gesendet: Freitag, 6. Juli 2007 20:26
An: users@spamassassin.apache.org
Betreff: Microsoft Antigen Spam Manager



I have been asked to look into Microsoft Antigen Spam Manager (and MS =
Forefront for Exchange Server). Does anybody have any information (or =
can point me to independent reviews) as to how good this product is and =
how it compares with SpamAssassin?

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Thanks ...


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Formerly we=20
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from time to time to watch out for false positives.


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front of our=20
Exchange-Server and Antigen (as virus-scanner) on the exchange-machine. =
This=20
combination works great. Big advantage is that there is no quarantine=20
anymore..mails are accepted or not at the gateway...if mail (spam) is =
rejected,=20
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-----Urspr=FCngliche =
Nachricht-----
Von:=20
Rosenbaum, Larry M. [mailto:rosenbaumlm@ornl.gov]
Gesendet: =
Freitag,=20
6. Juli 2007 20:26
An:=20
users@spamassassin.apache.org
Betreff: Microsoft Antigen Spam=20
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