Subject Filtering in Exchange 2003

Posted on 2005-05-03
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Last Modified: 2008-02-01
Ok...I've read and read and read and I do not see how to filter subject lines in 2003 without a 3rd party add-on.  Is there a way and if there's not are there any free 3rd party add-ons that will filter subject lines?  We're using brightmail servers for our spamming solution and they send all the spam with the subject line marked up like "[SUSPECTED SPAM] Original Subject Line"

Thanks in advance.
Question by:thcit
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ATIG earned 500 total points
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Sorry, I dont believe this can be done native in Exchange most AV and Spam products out like trend and symantec allow subject line checks.
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ATIG is correct....maybe this tool can help...not free...sorry..


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