Mike,

Not sure if this will do what you're looking for, but have you 
investigated SpamSentinel ?

http://www.maysoft.com/

...Neil




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Analyzing a mail box for spam, email SLA's and monitoring






Sorry for the cross posting but I thought that some non-Domino folks might
have some input....


I've had it.  Our parent company 'provides' our interface to Internet 
based
email.  There are two problems that are driving me nuts.

1.)  Spam, I get more crap and they claim it's not a problem.  FYI - IBM
provides a nice little service in this area but they so far have ignored 
my
forwarded emails.  Since I don't want to do this manually is anyone aware
of a tool that allows you to analyze/quantify possible spam in a personal
Notes mailbox or even the mail.nsf file?  You'd think that would be a 
slick
tool to help sell anti-spam software and services...but I can't find one
yet.  I was thinking that I could run something to quantify the volume of
spam and attempt to use that number.

2.)  SLA.  Our Internet based mail is routed through a connection in Paris
and responsiveness seems to fluctuate from seconds to hours.  We still
maintain our 'illegal' domain mail server which I try not to use except
when the email absolutely positively needs to get to me.  I'd like to be
able to quantify availability and responsiveness for our email servers.
Ours is Domino, the other is the virus propagator.  Any thoughts?

The funny thing is the same procreator unit banned the access of personal
email accounts from work since they are a common source of virus problems.
Guess where I get 10x better anti-spam capabilities from?


Michael Crump
Manager, Computing Services
Saint-Gobain Containers





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