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jrandom

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Hey all,

I just discovered Kerio Mailserver, and I'm kicking myself for not finding this product sooner. I've been using Communigate Pro for a while now, and while I'm *mostly* happy with it, it's just not very "smooth", and the costs keep escalating, especially when you factor in the costs for both the McAfee plugin and the SpamCatcher plugin

I'm ready to make the switch, but I have a couple of questions about Kerio. Becase so many ISP's block port 25, and because I have so many remote users, I run an SMTP listener on both ports 25 and 26. Is there a way to easily do this in Kerio?

Also, as I mentioned, I use the SpamCather plugin for Communigate and it works flawlessly. How is the spam filter for Kerio Mailserver? Any ballpark percentages that anyone would like to throw out there?

Thanks for reading this far!

--Eric
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mkerr

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Yes, this is very easy to do in KMS. In fact, I had to set up SMTP to listen on port 26 last week, due to a remote user in Asia getting blocked on port 25. THe change was done in a matter of seconds via the Admin console, under Configuration/Services/SMTP/Add.

THe spam filtering is fair, but could be better. Kerio were planning on making some changes to SpamAssassin to get it on par with Visnetic Mailserver, but I don't know how long off this is.

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