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Hi,

I have several people that check their email accounts online via the web. I have this http://omusicstudios.com/webmail hosted on bluehost.com. It's automatically created and have different options of GUI email functionality between Horde and others.

The workers are complaining about spam. I know bluehost has their google postini anti-spam but I don't wish to pay for it. I was thinking that perhaps I can route my email through some intermediary email servers (Centos Linux) that I can set up from the office which will have something like SpamAssassin on it. I was thinking I can route these emails through this filtering process and then forward to the appropriate email accounts.

Is this even possible? If so, where would I start? I can set up the email servers on a Centos system.

Any help or suggestions is appreciated. =)

Thanks,
Victor
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