Support for 'Trend Micro Email Reputation Services'
Hugo van der Kooij
hvdkooij at vanderkooij.org
Mon Nov 26 18:12:10 GMT 2007
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Mike Wilson wrote:
> My bad... To more define
> The MAPS spam list started charginging for their services, then Trend
> Micro bought them out and now has named the RBLs to the 'Trend Micro
> Email Reputation Services (edition_name)'
> We are thinking of using hteir RBL as it it a minimal coist to us with
> the additional services we alread use of theirs.
> Our question should have been, has anyone else used 'Trend Micro Email
> Reputation Services' and how is the easiest wayu to get the Trend Micro
> RBLs working with MailScanner
Piece of cake.
Then use ERS in your config as just another RBL.
Actualy. If your organisation is running Trend Micro you can use that
activation code if you have ERS support in the product.
I know it works because I have tested it for a month. But I moved the
ERS filter to postfix because I had not a single false positive in a
month for the whole family. (5 bro, 5 sis-in-law, loads of kids between
I have been testing both variants but I found no reason to choose the
expensive one. It did work identical to the normal one for me. The
smallest bundle is 25 users which just covers the family.
PS: The code listed is an expired demo key. So no point in trying to use
PS/2: The hint to use another product for the ERS function came from a
Trend Micro sales engineer.
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>Q: Are you sure?
>>A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
>>>Q: Why is top posting frowned upon?
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