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simon1663

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Hi there,
Can anyone advise if there are any paid spam blacklists that works well with Kerio.

The Kerio manual mentions about paid blacklists () but does not list any of the blacklist services that can purchased.

I understand that free ones exist but we need something that really will stop spam.

Thanks.

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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I'm not sure if it will really stop all spams but some paid blacklist is provided by Trendmicro: http://us.trendmicro.com/us/products/enterprise/network-repu tation-services/index.html
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simon1663

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Does this work with Kerio for sure?

Has anyone tried this? Any feedback?
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My IT Indy

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I've never paid for a blacklist, but I've used hosted Katharion spam filtering for a few years now and it's been well worth it. It's sold per seat on a monthly basis.

PM me if you want more info about it.

Full Disclosure - I'm a reseller for both Katharion and Kerio however I became resellers for both because the products work.

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Nixs

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We paid for the MAPS+ service from Trend for 1 year. It is cheap, so it was worth it to us. But it's not the great service it once was, prior to Trend purchasing it and renaming it.

Now we use MessageLabs in front of Kerio which works a lot better. Also a lot more expensive, but I don't spend any time on spam anymore.. So I guess that if you count my pay & the hours I'd spend on spam we are saving money..?

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