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LinuxWorld: CommuniGate Pro's antispam weapons

Dec 06, 1999, 17:12 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Nicholas Petreley)

"Arming your server with filters, blacklists, rules, and spam traps to screen out unwanted mail."

"Spam. Everyone hates to get it. But spam in the inbox is not the main problem that an ISP or IT manager has to deal with. Spam is a much bigger problem when you're managing an email server connected to the Internet. Not only do you want to block incoming spam, but you also want to block spammers from using your server to send their messages out to the rest of the world."

"Stalker Software's CommuniGate Pro is a professional mail server that runs on a broad range of operating systems, including Linux. When I originally reviewed CommuniGate Pro for LinuxWorld in April, I neglected to cover its crucial antispam features. So, when I recently reinstalled CommuniGate Pro as my default mail server, I took the time to implement some of its antispam tools. It turns out that CommuniGate Pro gives you an impressive arsenal against all kinds of spam."

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