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Subject [SpamAssassin Wiki] New: CommercialUnix
Date Mon, 18 Oct 2004 12:09:20 GMT
   Date: 2004-10-18T05:09:20
   Editor: MichaelDouma <>
   Wiki: SpamAssassin Wiki
   Page: CommercialUnix

   no comment

New Page:

= Unix Applications  =

The following are commercial products for UNIX-like systems which use Spam``Assassin. Other
versions:  CommercialWindows, ["CommercialMacOSX"], CommercialUnix, CommercialNetworkAppliances,
["CommercialISPs"], CommercialMaybe

== Listing ==

 * [ ClarkConnect] - a gateway/server with a SpamAssassin [
module] (there's also a free [ Home Edition] available)

 * [ DoubleCheck Email Manager] - virus, spam, and email policy
management gateway.

 * [ Gibraltar Firewall] - CD based firewall product with integrated
Antispam and Antivirus capabilities

 * [ Kerio Mailserver for Windows, Linux and Mac] - (see

 * [ Lyris MailShield] - Anti-spam protection for servers, workgroups,
and personal desktops.

 * [ Opencomputing Technologies OpenProtect] - virus/spam e-mail filter
gateway for Linux/BSD.

 * [ RAE Internet's MPP] - Application framework allowing you
to combine various AV scanners such as ClamAV, Sophos, F-Prot, & Cybersoft's Pattern Authority
along with SpamAssassin

 * [ Roaring Penguin Software's CanIt]

 * [ Marcel Network Solution] - CD based VPN/Firewall, Anti-spam,
Anti-Virus, Block unwanted attachment, Integrated webmail.

 * [ @Mail WebMail + Email-server ] - Commercial
WebMail/Email-server including Spamassassin, Anti-Virus, WebMail, Groupware and Multi-language

== Not Listed? ==

If your commercial product uses SpamAssassin, and is not listed here, please feel free to
edit the page and add details.  However, keep it short -- preferably just a link -- and we
reserve the right to edit or even remove whatever's published here (especially if we cannot
determine from publically-accessible information that the product ''does'' use Spam``Assassin).

For fairness, we're trying to keep the items in each category in alphabetical order.

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