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Recommend a cloud Anti-SPAM service

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+Bryan R.    1,142
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I have been using Trend Micro Hosted Email Security for all my clients for many years. I have one client who is not happy at all with the service. Way too many false positives. The client  expects to get raw video attachments, and many other things are being caught in quarantine. They don't want to manage a quarantine everyday. 

 

Any recommendations for a cloud anti-SPAM service? 

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Zinomian    141

Mimecast.....not crazy expensive and they have a good parter/msp program.

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Zinomian    141

Mimecast is cloud only....no appliance needed or required.  They also have email archive, etc.  Look at their site and maybe request a demo.

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xendrome    5,342
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2 hours ago, Bryan R. said:

This is for Exchange so I think Xeams is not appropriate as it is an email server.

Xeams works with exchange. The mail comes into it first, think of it as a proxy SMTP server. It then filters and forwards to exchange internally all via SMTP.

 

I use it with like 185 mailboxes... pricing on that is around $1300 a year.

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xendrome    5,342

Barracuda.... if you really are only cloud only that's cool, but check out Xeams as well.

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+Bryan R.    1,142
3 hours ago, Zinomian said:

Mimecast.....not crazy expensive and they have a good parter/msp program.

They seem to want to do a demo to show details of how it works. Is it strictly cloud based as in no appliance needed?

3 hours ago, xendrome said:

Barracuda.... if you really are only cloud only that's cool, but check out Xeams as well.

Does Barracuda have cloud options without an appliance?

 

This is for Exchange so I think Xeams is not appropriate as it is an email server.

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+Bryan R.    1,142
2 hours ago, xendrome said:

Xeams works with exchange. The mail comes into it first, think of it as a proxy SMTP server. It then filters and forwards to exchange internally all via SMTP.

 

I use it with like 185 mailboxes... pricing on that is around $1300 a year.

I thought of that configuration but what I really like about a cloud service is that spam never even reaches your WAN. It is something to consider though.

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binny    0

We Use Mimecast for fulfilling our needs. But we've used Trend Micro's Email security for a long time in the past. Nothing wrong with Trend Micro, but switching to Mimecast was the decision of our Tech lead.

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