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Postini and an email firewall

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Hello,
We have an old firewall that we are replacing with a watchgaurd firewall.
Our email go through postini first than come through the firewall then exchange.
Would you recommend us getting an email firewall in addition to postini??
Eventually we are going to office 365 for emails as well and I know it comes with forefront.
Please advice of the best and most secure solution and if it is worth buying a second firewall just for emails.
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I will say no because the more layer you add on it then it will make troubleshoot complicate when things went wrong.  

Postini/Forefront did a pretty good job already...
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thanks, i needed someone to agree with me, i have people recommending an addition layer of protection but i got postini initially to get rid of the layers.

thanks :)
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