dzanre1 Absent Member.
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Re: Whatcha' using for a anti-spam solution?

Patrick Farrell wrote:

> That page is very dated. I mean virus and spam accounting for a full 50%
> of messages? Try like 92% 🙂


Yeah it is - I'm not sure there are even links to it from other pages. I
only do it for people I know, clients who beg me, etc.


--
Danita
http://www.caledonia.net/blog
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hspeirs Absent Member.
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Re: Whatcha' using for a anti-spam solution?

Danita,

> Yeah it is - I'm not sure there are even links to it from other pages.


There are - www.caledonia.net -> Our Products .... Last product ... 🙂

H.
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hspeirs Absent Member.
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Re: Whatcha' using for a anti-spam solution?

Danita,

>> http://www.caledonia.net/iris.html
>>
>> H.

>
> Heehee - thanks.


anytime 🙂

H.
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naomi371 Absent Member.
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Re: Whatcha' using for a anti-spam solution?

That scares me. I just set up our GWAVA 4 two days ago (on Netware).

Steve B wrote:
> just switched from Guin 2 to GWAVA 4 on SLES10 - for the first few days it
> was a huge improvement. Now its happily tagging 90% of the legitimate
> messages as spam...<sigh>
>
> I'm thinking postini next year since google cut the price to $3/user.
>
>
>>>> On 5/28/2008 at 3:55 PM, in message

> <oFj%j.95$233.23@kovat.provo.novell.com>, §<tdstr@foadspammer.com> wrote:
>> I revamping a smaller network and they're currently using Guinevere 3
>> and well....
>>
>> .....I'm about ready to toss it out the window 😞
>>
>> Ted Novak
>> TRA#5512

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grimlock1 Absent Member.
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Re: Whatcha' using for a anti-spam solution?

DZanre wrote:
> § wrote:
>
>> I revamping a smaller network and they're currently using Guinevere 3 and
>> well....

>
> Maia Mailguard - www.maiamailguard.com
>


"Pardon the mess, we had a serious loss of data and so the wiki and
ticket system has been restored from a backup in December. We're working
on restoring the rest. Tickets and source code have been restored. I
just finished putting the trac antispam tools in place, and fixed the
blog software.... we should have most of it back now."

Perhaps someone could hook them up with some reliable backup
hardware/software.
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dzanre1 Absent Member.
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Re: Whatcha' using for a anti-spam solution?

Haitch wrote:

> There are - www.caledonia.net -> Our Products .... Last product ... 🙂


Well, I should either update it or get rid of it - but I notice that the
home page is out of date too - heehee

--
Danita
http://www.caledonia.net/blog
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RogerIThomas Absent Member.
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Re: Whatcha' using for a anti-spam solution?

Product from Surfcontrol - now called websence.

Its handling about 40,000 emails a day (96% spam) but does need Windows
Server to operate.

It may get replaced next year with postini, but it was chosen over a past
version of Guinevere as it had/has a far more flexible rules engine.

Roger
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Whatcha' using for a anti-spam solution?

I would have gone that route had they dropped the price before I got
GWAVA. I'm sure GWAVA is going to work well once I get it working right
here, but in a one man IT shop - I would rather someone else handle the
spam problems.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Whatcha' using for a anti-spam solution?

you probably don't have anything to worry about - I'm certain our
problem is OE error on my part. A lot of people are happily running
GWAVA4. The 6yr old server that was running our GWIA and the 5yr old
server that was running Guinevere were at death's door so the new setup
got a little rushed...
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Whatcha' using for a anti-spam solution?

Steven Wilson scribbled something like:

> I would have gone that route had they dropped the price before I got
> GWAVA. I'm sure GWAVA is going to work well once I get it working
> right here, but in a one man IT shop - I would rather someone else
> handle the spam problems.


Gwava works well for us as a secondary level of spam checking.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Whatcha' using for a anti-spam solution?

"Nuri Inuki" <nuri.inuki-spammie@gmail.com> wrote in news:Apk%j.137
$233.27@kovat.provo.novell.com:

> Nuri Inuki wrote:
>
>> § wrote:
>>
>> > I revamping a smaller network and they're
>> > currently using Guinevere 3 and well....
>> >
>> > .....I'm about ready to toss it out the window
>> > 😞
>> >
>> > Ted Novak
>> > TRA#5512

>>
>> MAIA FTW~~!!!! 😄 Love it!!

>
> Just to be safe. It's Maia Mailguard. Website:
> http://www.maiamailguard.com/maia/wiki
>
> Easy to find support. They're actively fixing it
> if they find problems. Free. Runs on Linux.
> There's a guide out there for putting the latest
> version of Maia (1.0.2a) on SLES 10. I followed
> that guide and it worked 100%.
>
> Actually, I built two Maia servers and clustered
> them via HA and DRBD in case one should fail. 🙂
>


So did we! Except the clustering bit 🙂
SLES virtual machine under Vmware ESX using Stephen Carter's
excellent guide from Coolsolutions. Recommended!

--
nen
Oslo

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Whatcha' using for a anti-spam solution?

Nils-Eivind Naas wrote:

> "Nuri Inuki" <nuri.inuki-spammie@gmail.com>
> wrote in news:Apk%j.137
> $233.27@kovat.provo.novell.com:
>
> > Nuri Inuki wrote:
> >
> >> § wrote:
> >>
> >> > I revamping a smaller network and they're
> >> > currently using Guinevere 3 and well....
> >> >
> >> > .....I'm about ready to toss it out the

> window >> > 😞
> >> >
> >> > Ted Novak
> >> > TRA#5512
> >>
> >> MAIA FTW~~!!!! 😄 Love it!!

> >
> > Just to be safe. It's Maia Mailguard. Website:
> > http://www.maiamailguard.com/maia/wiki
> >
> > Easy to find support. They're actively fixing
> > it if they find problems. Free. Runs on Linux.
> > There's a guide out there for putting the
> > latest version of Maia (1.0.2a) on SLES 10. I
> > followed that guide and it worked 100%.
> >
> > Actually, I built two Maia servers and
> > clustered them via HA and DRBD in case one
> > should fail. 🙂
> >

>
> So did we! Except the clustering bit 🙂
> SLES virtual machine under Vmware ESX using
> Stephen Carter's excellent guide from
> Coolsolutions. Recommended!


What clustering bit? The whole HA & DRBD?

--
Nuri
It's not a light at the end of the tunnel,
it's just another freight train headed your way.
------
A good friend will bail you out of jail, but your
best friend will be the one sitting next to you
saying "That was #%$&ing awesome!"
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