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Outlook, ISP e-mail, spam

Posted on 2003-11-18
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Environment :
- Windows 2000 Server
- Approx. 50 Clients using Outlook
- ISP  hosts domain with emails aliased to users
- Norton AV Corporate

Situation :
- I don't host an email server, and let the ISP handle it.
- Spam is getting to be a HUGE drain.
- Any suggestions on how to filter this spam out.
- Are there any products that I can install that will filter this out.

Thoughts ?

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Get a different ISP.  I host with AISO.NET and have a spam filter on my email accounts.
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