Anti-spam for Exchange Server – Never miss a legitimate email
No anti-spam vendor claims 100% accurate spam filtering – which is precisely why Policy Patrol Spam Filter includes an email quarantine report that allows users to quickly scan through the list of newly quarantined spam messages in Outlook and deliver emails and white list addresses.
Instead of just placing all spam in the junk mail folder that users forget to check, the user is now reminded to scan a list of quarantined emails, which enables them to detect any incorrectly quarantined messages. With the Known Spam/Suspected Spam classification, the user does not waste time on known spam, but only scans over the suspected spam messages.
Immediate Spam Relief
Policy Patrol Spam Filter ships with a default anti-spam configuration that will start blocking spam within seconds after installation.
Policy Patrol Spam Filter allows users to manage their own spam from the quarantine reports and web manager, offloading Administrators and empowering users.
Why download messages that are sure to be spam? Policy Patrol can reject messages from senders on DNS black lists and messages without valid recipients before they are downloaded. Most other anti spam solutions first download the entire message and then delete it. With Policy Patrol Spam Filter you can save bandwidth and processing times by simply rejecting the messages before they are even downloaded.
Windows Server 2003, 2008 or 2012.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, Exchange Server 2007, Exchange Server 2010, Exchange Server 2013 (or Windows Small Business Server 2003, 2008, 2011), Lotus Domino or other mail server.
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (if you do not have this installed the Policy Patrol installation will download this for you).
Tried and Tested
Policy Patrol is at work in the smallest offices and in the largest corporations, filtering emails for more than one million users worldwide.Companies using Policy Patrol include Nissan, USA.net, Targus, Canadian Pacific Railway, Lotto, Fujitsu Services, and many more.