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SPAM and exchange 2003

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Hi there,
Is it possible with exchange 2003 and console to configure a rule as any mail with spam on subject is directly deleted ?
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Question by:simlip
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No is the short answer.

If you install 3rd party Anti-Spam software then you can, but natively nothing exists.

Alan
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if you consider third party software, you can try ScanMail, I am using ScanMail Suite from Trend Micro for Microsoft Exchange, it is doing great. Thanks
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