Exchange Spam

Written by Josh Dodes
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If you are one of the millions of people who use Exchange in the workplace, few problems are more significant than Exchange spam. In fact, spam has reached such epidemic proportions that it is no longer a matter of choice about whether to deal with it. Any company that truly cares about its productivity will recognize that the time has come to put a swift end to Exchange spam.

Fortunately, a handful of innovative new companies have figured out an elegant way to address this problem head on. By using platform-independent servers, these companies can route your incoming email through their filters and directly into yours. This means spam is stopped in its racks, whether or not it originated in Exchange.

The Best Exchange Spam Defense

The best defense against an ever-growing armada of incoming spam is a separate company, safely off of your own servers, to address the junk email before it gets too close. This is particularly critical when you consider the fact that viruses are spread the same way. You wouldn't trust your civilian defense to an untrained army; why would you trust your company's resources to anything less?

There is no need to try in vain to keep up with the latest scams, With a little bit of research, you can find new email filtering services that will do the job for you. That way, you can get back to doing what you are expert at: your own business.


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