Is This Feasible - Running MailWash on a dedicated machine to pre-check 80-100 email accounts before end-users check with Outlook?
We have some major SPAM issues at my company with some users receiving over 1000 SPAM messages per day. Our mail is web-based and managed by a local ISP that does not offer any SPAM filtering at all. All user are required to check their mail with Outlook 2003/2007.
What are some of the issues that I might face if I run MailWAsh on a dedicated machine to precheck everyones mail numerous times per day. If you arent familiar with MailWash, thats exactly what it does, although it is meant to run locally on each machine. It prechecks mail, weeds out SPAM, and leaves legimate mail. When the user send/receives in Outlook, they hopefully receive only the legit mail left on the server.