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SPF – Sender Policy Framework an Antispam solution

… owner publishes an SPF record in the domain’s DNS zone. (2) The receiving server checks the message against the SPF record policy in the DNS zone. The receiving mail server then can accept or reject the message based on the compliance with the domain’s stated policy. If the message comes from an unknown server, it can be considered a fake. The SPF will help tremendously against spoofing. Email spoofing means faking the source of an email message so that it appears as coming from a …

Public Email Addresses Cause a Lot of Spam

The Inter-Department debate Within most of the companies there are two views about how the technology should be used. Marketing is always looking for ways to attract people to get potential customers involved in Companies’ activities. Sometimes they would do anything to make the Web site visitors rise, even if this doesn’t translate into sales. There is a little desperation in their actions. Many times this translates into SPAM, and exposure to other attacks. On the other hand …

Corporate Antispam Solutions

Linux Mail Servers or other SMTP servers Hexamail Guard Kaspersky Anti-Spam Enterprise Edition Declude MailProtector Ruckus MailFILTER Vorras Classifier GWAVA for Novell GroupWise Trend Micro Exchange MailSite MP Email Gateway Software Symantec Premium AntiSpam Hexamail Guard MailFender for Exchange Server iQ.Suite Pro Exchange Spam Smacker XWall modusGate™ MS Exchange Anti-Spam Gateway GWAVA for Microsoft Exchange Trend Micro Windows BCware NoSpam Pinjo DynaComm i:mail MAILsweeper …