too many junk and virus emails..please help

our company using exchange server 2000. Recently, I got many complains from our clients. They said too many junk and virus email that drives them crazy. I know there is a filering function in exchange server 2000 but seems does not help a lot. Any suggestion? Thank you
jwautAsked:
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What90Commented:
Hi jwaut,


I like the GFI product http://www.gfi.com/mes/
You get a 30 day trial with it too.

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timianoCommented:
Wait a couple of weeks until Intelligent Mail Filter is released from MS.

http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/imf

You'll have to upgrade your front end smtp server to E2k3 to use it as a mail gateway, but it sure as damnit works.

Timiano
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