[unisog] Information on Commercial Anti Spam Software

Jason Richardson A00JER2 at wpo.cso.niu.edu
Tue Nov 16 23:32:32 GMT 2004

Same here.  CanIt-Pro and ClamAV (the open source virus scanner that is
integrated into the software) have worked very well for us. The virus
scanner has outperformed commercial AV software that we have used and
the spam scanning features are very flexible and configurable.  As
another poster mentioned, pricing was reasonable and support has been
top notch.

>>> Michael Sofka <sofkam at rpi.edu> 11/16/2004 11:12:17 AM >>>
We're using CanIt-Pro from Roaring Penguin.  It is very flexible,
uses open source where possible, and could be adapted to our needs.
The Vendor is also very responsive to suggestions.


On Tuesday 16 November 2004 06:37 am, Tim Lane wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am wanting to get an indication of what commercial anti spam
software is
> being used in other institutions.  We are looking for an "off the
shelf "
> package and wanting to minimise inhouse development as much as
possible .
> Could anyone using commercial anti spam software please provide
> on what they are using and any thoughts they have on the product they
> using.
> Please, no sellers of products - only institutions using products.
> Thanks very much,
> Tim Lane
> Tim Lane
> Information Security Program Manager
> Information Technology and Telecommunication Services
> Southern Cross University
> PO Box 157 Lismore NSW 2480
> Ph:  61 2 6620 3290
> Fax: 61 2 6620 3033
> Email: tlane at scu.edu.au 
> http://www.scu.edu.au 

Michael D. Sofka              sofkam at rpi.edu 
C&CT Sr. Systems Programmer    Email, TeX, epistemology.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY. 
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