minditservices wrote:Hello -
I am new to the anti spam product and I have a question. It seems as though all the anti spam feature does is identify and tag the subject line with [SPAM]. This then gets delivered to the user's inbox, and about half the time Outlook moves it to the Junk E-Mail folder (presumably because it has done its own analysis). Do I have this right?
It would seem to make sense that the server could reject really crappy stuff and then send the suspicious stuff to the junk email folder the user isnt frustrated by it.
How are other people using this product? Walking to each workstation and creating rules for each user? Has someone figured out how to use Exchange Transport Rules with this?
minditservices wrote:I think you answered my question. I was trying to control this from the Email app on the server not the admin console workstation settings.
Is there a way to reject the really crappy stuff before it hits the plugin?
I do have one other problem. I have disabled the Outlook Plugin because on a number of computers it would take 75%+ of the processor. Any ideas about that? I disabled this about a year ago.
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