The biggest of these Postini <http://www.google.com/postini/index.html>,
which is was acquired a few years ago and seems to have lost some of it's
varnish since then.

I am a fan of "MXLogic<http://www.mcafee.com/us/products/saas-email-protection-and-continuity.aspx>",
now owned by McAfee given a big long corporate name. It is more expensive,
but has been bulletproof for me.

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Tom Jedrzejewicz
tomjedrz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

"Illegitimi non carborundum"



On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 1:11 PM, <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

We front end our Domino system with Message Labs. They do an outstanding
job of stopping virus. All outbound goes through them also. We also use
Trend Micro's Scanmail for Domino and it's been years since a virus got
through ML and caught by Trend.

Don't know if they offer bagging. We have three Domino based smtp servers
we set them up to go to. I handle the Domino end and our network
consultant handles Message Labs.


Rob Berendt
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From: Bill <brobins3d@xxxxxxxxx>
To: pctech@xxxxxxxxxxxx,
Date: 12/01/2011 03:04 PM
Subject: [PCTECH] Email "Bagging" Service Providers
Sent by: pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx



We are considering changing our current email pre-processor which
happens to be Microsoft. The service we used to have from Microsoft
used to be a bagging of email for 30 days and included virus and spam
processing. Due to circumstances, we had to restart the service with
Microsoft and now they offer either virus/spam processing with no
retaining of email, or a full Exchange setup.

Just virus/spam service is not enough and full Exchange is too much.

I'd like recommendations for a service that will mail bag our email for
a limited amount of time just so we won't run into a situation where
email won't be delivered if our server or internet service goes down.

Bill
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