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    Greg Conway commented  · 

    I would also like to see ClamAV within Plesk for the reason that it's a free subscription.
    However what is really required is a spam quarantine system. When spam is received it should be held on the Plesk server (rather than being tagged and forwarded on) and the quarantine system should send a daily summary email of all spam/virus received. This email should contain individual links so that the end user could then click a link to have any single spam email delivered to them if they so require. Any spam that has not been delivered would then be deleted from the server after x days.
    I am currently locked in an argument with my employees saying we should use the plesk spam/virus scanning system but they say it is not sufficient and we should instead be looking at something like barracuda or GFI. If the system as I have described was integrated into plesk then there would be no reason not to use plesk.
    The current system of tagging emails is okay BUT it involves having to set up outlook rules on every single client PC to filter out the mail, and all the spam mail is still forwarded to the on-site exchagne server. using the system above the spam email would go no further than the plesk server unless specifically requested.
    Thanks for listening! :)

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