[ngw] Alternatives to Postini
techgw1 at gmail.com
techgw1 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 1 03:38:02 UTC 2014
We had to activate SPAM3 level and a few more top level domains that look
like they are nothing but garbage. If you find you need one of those
newsletters from one of these new TLDs you can add the explicit email
address to the global whitelist and it will get thru. A users personal
whitelist will not help.
Quite a bit of the newslettters that seemed to be from legitmate named
vendors had my actual e-mail address and I unsubscribed which did work.
Ken, nothing I can think of right now. See you at Brain Share ?
On Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 12:27 PM, Joe Brugaletta <JBrugaletta at braytonlaw.com
> We also just changed from Postini to GWAVA. Mainly because we are familiar
> with GWAVA from years passed. We went with the Cloud solution instead of
> the on premise version. My users are also complaining about the amount of
> newsletters getting through, postini blocked these. Did you tweak anything
> to solve that problem? even though they're likely things that they probably
> signed up for.. but its a lot. Also not a huge fan of the way the users are
> created and how you handle aliases, but I guess its kinda working.
> >>> <techgw1 at gmail.com> 10/29/2014 5:58 PM >>>
> Just switched from Postini. What a nightmare Postini was!
> Just implemented GWAVA and RETAIN two weeks ago. Great implementation,
> awesome support so far.
> One thing I did not like about implementation was that users must login
> once to create the account THEN we could associate the alias so that the
> users would only need to review one Gwava Quarantine.
> We now have relatively clean quarantines and very little spam getting to
> the mailbox. We did find out that Postini had been blocking ALOT if not
> most of the Newsletters sent to the users. Gwava lets them through because
> they are not failing any of the filters. Seems that most of the employees
> that have been with the company along time are the ones getting the most
> Easy to use quarantine, we did find a "known bug" that personal whitelists
> would not work but that has been corrected. I have received numerous thanks
> from users because RETAIN maintains the folders that they have in their
> mailbox. (Limitations to this since you can't make changes in an e-mail
> So far we are pretty happy.
> On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 9:27 PM, Ryan Sinnwell <Ryan.Sinnwell at weitz.com>
> > Jim,
> > We use Netmail Secure from Messaging Architects. This system is pretty
> > solid and price has always been great for us. We've had a few hiccups
> > the last 7 years, but their support has been quick to resolve any of
> > I really like the input I have with the team there. For example, during
> > our last upgrade, Roland Gasper who is the lead on the system (and a
> > well known name in the GW world in my opinion) worked with us on the
> > of concept and deployment as part of our standard support. He also gave
> > his right-hand man to be on-call when we made our weekend change over.
> > you want to talk about it off-list, drop me a line and we can setup a
> > Probably the biggest benefit we have with this system which we did not
> > when we were with Postini years ago is the way it handles aliases
> > automatically and combines users to a single quarantine report. We used
> > have to micro-manage this process with Postini, which granted may have
> > changed over the last 7 years.
> > Ryan Sinnwell // Infrastructure Manager
> > THE WEITZ COMPANY
> > >>> "Jim Gosney" <jgosney at genesco.com> 6/24/2014 8:50 AM >>>
> > Good morning,
> > With the impending takeover of Postini by Google, we are exploring
> > other options for anti-spam/virus protection. Currently we are looking
> > at four possibilities:
> > Edgewave
> > Mimecast
> > McAfee MXLogic
> > GWAVA
> > As fellow GW users, I was hoping that you might be able to give some
> > feedback if any of you are using any of these four products (good or bad
> > feedback) or perhaps you are using a product that we haven't considered
> > that you'd like to trumpet.
> > Since we are just now beginning initial discussions of this in-house,
> > any input would be appreciated.
> > Thank you!
> > ~+~^~+~^~+~^~+~^~+~^~+~^~+~^
> > Jim Gosney
> > * Linux System Engineer
> > * Groupwise System Engineer
> > * Mobility Server Admin
> > Genesco, Inc.
> > Nashville, TN
> > 615-367-7850
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