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  • 1. report for all sent items
    Is there a third party or Microsoft tool for gathering all of a users sent email. My HR department wants to look at a users sent email for the past month or so. I backup my email server nightly and the logs flush. The user has been savvy enough to delete all sent email, clear the deleted item, and clear the recove deleted items. Any help is appreciated.
  • 2. Error, "The name could not be resolved. The action could not be completed".
    Hi gurus, I have an Outlook 2002 client which talks to his mailbox on an Exchange 2000 server. Whenever he tries to go through the steps to add a second mailbox (in addition to his own, when opening Outlook), he receives the error: "The name could not be resolved. The action could not be completed". This error occurs as soon as he hits the "Add" button, before he even gets a chance to add in the mailbox name. For Outlook, this is an Exchange Server properties advanced setting. Very odd.
  • 3. All users receiving multiple copies of email sent to a global distribution list
    We have a strange problem; When any one uses the "all district staff" email distribution list, I find that multiple copies of the same message is sent to staff on different days and times but with the date and time stamp of the original date and time the message was sent.
  • 4. LAN vs WAN
    We currently have a W2K Server part of a domain that is connected via a WAN. Our problem is that our corporate Exchange Server is on the other side of the WAN and we have experienced problems with loss of connectivity. I am trying to convince the IT department that we should have an Exchange Server local so we are not dependent on them. My question is there any advice on Best Practice or articles that would back me up on justifying this. Your experienced and expert device would be appreciated.

baracuda spam firewall

Postby Drew Halevy » Thu, 06 Jan 2005 07:23:25 GMT

Greetings All,

We currently using GFI MailEssentals, and are a happy with it, but the 400 
model looks interesting.

 http://www.**--****.com/ 

The system got a good review

 http://www.**--****.com/ 

Is anyone using one these? comments? concerns?

TIA-

-Drew



RE: baracuda spam firewall

Postby QnJpYW4gSGVzc2VsaW5n » Fri, 04 Mar 2005 06:29:04 GMT

We have been using one for about 10 months now and I will swear by it over 
other products. We tested MailEssentials for about a month and it didn't do 
near as good of job as the barracuda. Before that we had Surfcontrol's email 
filter and for the high cost it wasn't nearly as good. 

Brian





Re: baracuda spam firewall

Postby Drew Halevy » Fri, 04 Mar 2005 06:38:46 GMT

Thanks for the info; how much time per day do you have to spend on dealing 
with Spam? -Drew


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