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How to control Exchange Server spam on client side

Posted on 2006-11-03
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Hello,

A company I consult for just switched email providers.  They were on the CBS exchange server, which had very agressive spam filters.  This new company has really, really bad spam filtering...I'm getting at least 40 per day.

I get my email via web, via their exchange server.  Is there any third-party exchange reading software that will filter Spam?  I know I could use Outlook Express and set up rules and all that, but I'm looking for a more elegant solution (read: easy, because I'm basically lazy).

Any suggestions are appreciated.

-Craig
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Dear craigburnett,
You may also use Microsoft Outlook with Junk mail filter set to high will filter spams. Check it...

Cheers!
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May want to experiment with a few of the filters offered here:  http://spamlinks.net/filter-client-win.htm#mail

Can't claim to have used any of them myself so don't know how well they do or do not work, but may be worth a peek.
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