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    Master Untangler
    Join Date
    Oct 2010

    Default How good is Spam Blocker Lite??

    I'm currently reviewing our anti spam system. Currently we use GFI Mail Essentials which runs on our SBS 2008/Exchange 2007 server. We've used this for a number of years and to be fair it works well.

    Of late though we do seem to have weeks here and there where we seem to get a lot of spam through to our inboxes.

    I thought that as we use Untangle as a gateway appliance for internet it would be sensible to look at the Spam Blocker Lite app.

    I will probably install the app and test it for a few days.

    Can you adjust it so that it does not email the end user if an email to them was blocked?

    I wouldn't want users to be receiving notification emails like this. Rather I would just want the user to receive their emails and for the admins to be able to retrieve any that were blocked and then send them on.

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    Untangle Ninja mrunkel's Avatar
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    Jul 2008


    You can adjust who gets quarantine email notifications, so you don't have to have everyone receive them.
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