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No spam filter for iphone using imap from exchange?

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Hello,
 I am guessing there is no spam filter for the iphone?  I have a client running exchange 2003 that does not want to switch to gmail and does not like the exchange spam filter.  Is there only hope leaving their computer on an having that filter the spam?
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try and use exchange realtime blacklists (RBLs)... if it's not done on the exchange level it will, at least initially, hit the iphone...
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Unfortunately the iPhone has no Anti-Spam capabilities natively. I have not seen anything client side available as an application either.
You are much better to do the spam management at your exchange server and gmail's anti spam isnt that bad. If you really are getting got think abotu changing your gmail address.
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