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trueman1

Anti Spam Protection

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I would suggest SpamTitan, the company I work for has used and sold the product for over a year now and it is as good if not better than Spam Experts.  All of our customers who use it swear by it.

If you are looking for spam filtering and would be interested in a quote for SpamTitan services, just pm me and let me know and I would be happy to get you one.

my 2 cents.

Cheers!

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On 2/18/2016 at 11:54 AM, SkyNetHosting said:

For outbound spam I would recommend Mailchannels and for incoming I would go for spam experts, I woudnt really recommend Spam experts for outbound filtering.

I would've agreed with this, if it wasn't for the fact that they, just a few weeks ago, contacted us via unsolicited e-mail to offer their products. That kind of bummed me out as we had been seriously considering them as an option.

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