I have played with these a little bit and they are quite cool.
There is no Linux experience required. It's a web front end for all
I have also had the please of using a barracuda appliance for the same
purpose and was very please with that also. Again web fronted auto updates of
virus and spam rules and you can configure it easily and to as much detail
as you want.
On 6/10/05, Conor Wynne <weeboy at conorwynne.com> wrote:
> Does anyone have any experience with a linux based antispam solution
> called copperfast? It costs 3 grand apparantly.
>> Its for a friend of mine in a pure MS house. They are looking for an
> anti-spam solution to sit in front of the exchange server.
>> I was recomending good 'ol spamassassin & the Brucey Bonus of clamav with
> their sendmail milters. The idea would be to get a low end box (raided of
> course) - and use sendmail as a mailhub which strips viruses & spam
> (thinking of using ilugs greylisting idea - and yes I'll be looking for
> help on that one), prior to forwarding the mail to the exchange server.
>> Would this be a good idea for a large site?
> They currently have zero linux servers, but they head sysadmin is well
> smart. He would have no problems getting around linux.
> This email has been scanned for viruses by Clamav
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