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How can I test a new antivirus product on my Exchange email server?

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I'd like to switch from Symantec to Ninja to protect my Exchange 2003 email server.  I do have a non-production server onwhich to test.  Is there a way I can test Ninja's efficiency and accuracy on this server?
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