Anti Spam Section

Welcome to the anti spam section. Here you will find the latest news, white papers, and a number of essential links to help all Exchange administrators combat spam on their servers. This section also contains the exclusive Server Based Anti Spam Comparison Chart, a comprehensive comparison of eight of the leading anti spam products for Exchange Server.

Choosing the right software

In the past, when spam mail was in its infancy, simply setting up certain keyword rules on your users' email client would usually do the trick to block unsolicited mail - or you just wouldn't bother since a few sporadic messages never caused too much trouble. However, now that over 75% of Internet email consists of spam, a more complete and realistic solution is required. As a network administrator, you are faced with two options; a 'Client-Based Solution' or a 'Server Based Solution'. We would strongly recommend server based software: this installs at the gateway, centralizing all spam management configuration and filtering out spam before it reaches your mail server or Exchange message store, as opposed to a client-based approach which would require constant updating of client configurations.

Click here for a list of Anti Spam software solutions. Server Based Antispam Comparison

With the multitude of antispam solutions for Exchange, choosing the one that's suited to your network's present and future needs is no simple task. That's why we have prepared this feature comparison in which eight of the leading vendors of antispam solutions have participated. By comparing the features of these solutions side by side, you should be able to get a clearer picture of which solution is the best overall and which one will provide you with the best value for money, ensuring that the solution that you eventually pursue turns out to be the right one.

Click here to check out the Server Based Antispam Comparison.

The chart was last updated on May 16, 2012

Readers' Choice Award - Preferred Anti Spam Solution for Exchange Server conducts yearly polls, as part of its monthly Readers' Choice Awards, to determine which third party anti spam solution for Microsoft Exchange is preferred by visitors. GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP has been presented with the Reader's Choice Award within the anti spam category for the last two years running. The Reader's Choice Award serves as a seal of approval by Exchange administrators, making it the most trustworthy endorsement of a product's quality and reliability.

Click here to see the latest Readers Choice Award - Anti Spam for Exchange Category.

Latest Spam News

  • FBI Teases $3 Million Reward for GameOver Zeus Creator 3 March 2015 Malcolm James

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  • February Spam Roundup 28 Feb. 2015 Sue Walsh

    <p>February may be a short month, but it was long enough for plenty of spam news. Here&#8217;s a look at the month&#8217;s top headlines: Spam Falls, Phishing Rises New&#8230;<a class="read-more" href="">read more &#8594;</a></p> <p>The post ...

  • Spam Campaigns Target Banks, $1 Billion Losses Projected 25 Feb. 2015 Malcolm James

    <p>There was a time when keeping your money in a bank was the safe thing to do. We learned it from childhood: get a check from grandma, deposit it directly&#8230;<a class="read-more" href="">read more &#8594;</a></p> <p>The post ...

  • Cutwail and Pushdo Botnets Are Back 23 Feb. 2015 Sue Walsh

    <p>Data breach investigation company Crowdstrike warns in a new report that infamous botnets Cutwail and Pushdo are roaring back to life this year along with several others, and IT departments&#8230;<a class="read-more" href="">read more &#8594;</a></p> <p>The post ...

  • Twitter Tests Employees Spam Savvy 22 Feb. 2015 Sue Walsh

    <p>Twitter recently gave its employees a pop quiz in phishing. They sent out a fake phishing email, then sat back and waited to see who fell for it. Those who&#8230;<a class="read-more" href="">read more &#8594;</a></p> <p>The post ...

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