One feature painfully lacking in many anti-spam products is user self service. This post highlights some of the things that would make up a highly useful add on.
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The fight against spam is fought not only on mailservers and inboxes, but in blogs too. Akismet is my weapon of choice in that fight.
Anti-spam services are an excellent alternative to keeping this burdensome task inhouse. Here are seven reasons you might consider farming this out.
One of the anti-spam technologies built into Exchange 2010 is called Content Filtering. Enabled by default on the Edge Transport server and scanning all inbound emails, the Content Filtering analyzes inbound mail to see whether or not it is likely …
A new phishing campaign is making the rounds, using the innocuous looking subject line “I have a question.”
Warning users of several common scams is one of the nicest presents you can give them this holiday season.
In this post we talk about ways to help engage your users in the fight against holiday spam.
‘Tis the season to take five simple steps to help prevent spam.
IP Blocklists can easily be implemented wrongly. This post will help you steer clear of any missteps.
IP Blacklists are a great way to help combat spam, but they aren’t the most obvious thing to set up in Exchange 2010. This article should help with that.