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Reduce Unwanted Emails
Anti-spam solutions that improve your job productivity
We have 2 types of anti-spam solutions, one from the SPAMEXPRTS and the others is an open-sourced solution hosted by Vastspace.
Basically, their’s objective is to reduce spam emails or you can call them unwanted emails. SPAMEXPERTS anti-spam is a service subscription while the Vastspace’s anti-spam is that you are paying for the hardware to host the anti-spam service.
Both are MX gateways, responsible to filter your inbound emails only. There is no need to install sophisticated equipment to filter spam emails. Simply just go to the DNS of that domain and updates the MX records. It is so simple, no technical knowlede is required.
You will pay more for SPAMEXPERTS at $150 per year per domain while the Vastspace’s anti-spam is only $80 per year per domain. You filter unwanted emails for up to 999 mailboxes.
Spam emails are quarantined for 14 days for SPAMEXPERTS and 30 days for Vastspace’s anti-spam. You can release the quarantined emails if they are false-positive or they are wanted emails by the administrator. In additiom, you can blacklist or whitelist the senders and its domain too.
These 2 anti-spam are proven solutions, effectuvely reduces spam emails cost effectively. Based on past experience, users spend up to 15 minutes each day to identify and remove spam emails. With anti-spam like these, every one can save as much as 450 minutes per month. Even at $150 a year, it is a fragment of the big savings end of the day.
Both ant-spam solutions have the same objective to reduce unwanted emails based on their own anti-spam algoritim. Diffrent user has different experience of these products, we are unable to provide verdict who s better but SPAMEXPERTS is a reputable brand and has many years of experiences in anti-spam.
The nwesletter mode allow anti-spam to recognize newsletters and adds a tag in the headers of each email with a scoreBy default no action is taken on newsletter. However, administrators need can change this default action for that domain to recognize Newsletters as spam and placed them in the quarantine. Then. the user will see Newsletters in the quarantine but flagged as Newsletter to show the difference with spam.