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Sorting emails using 3rd Party program on Exchange 2K

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I have a client who is running an e-commerce site and receiving up to 2-3000 emails a day onto an Exchange 2K server.
They have 2 requirements in possibly a third party program.
First off they have been using rules in Outlook 2002 to filter emails that fit a certain criteria (email address, physical address, names etc) that are possibly fraudulant and are placed in the fraudulant public folder.  They now have so many rules in Outlook 2002 that it is really starting to struggle.
Secondly their ordering applet places the word Comment in the subject line to notify that there are additional delivery instructions that need to be adhered to.  I was hoping that a copy would be forwarded into the Order Comments Folder.
So my question is this-
Is there a 3rd party program that I can put at Server level to use a complex set of filtering rules to copy and/or move emails to certain based on the criteria public folders?

I have looked at http://www.gfi.com/mes/ but I am not sure if it is what I am looking for because it is marketed as a spam filter which is not really what I am looking for.
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Yes that is what u really want.Spam filter in ur case doesnot mean a BAD thing.This third party spam filters can handle ur requirement and sort out emails before they hit mailboxes and they work at server level.
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Is there any particular 3rd party program that you would recommend?
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Or is there anyone with first hand experience with a good email "sorting" program.  I purposely didn't filtering.
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