First thing’s first. In order to download the product, a user is required to register on the site to receive a product key via email to activate the software. I received my product key about an hour after registration. Fortunately the key is not tied to any specific hardware.
At this time Axigen was running in trial mode with all the features enabled. It was time to see how the software operated in “Community Edition” mode. This of course meant uploading the license file that was emailed to me after registration.
But unfortunately, the license file killed all the features that I was interested in. As I didn’t want to spend too much time on trying to figure out how to get the “external” AV/AntiSpam features functional in the first round. It was time to move on to the next product.
- Kaspersky AntiSpam/AntiVirus (in paid version)
- Supports SpamAssasin (external)
- Support ClamAV (external)
- Very nice looking Web UI
- Easy to install, supports both Windows and Linux
Conclusion: Definitely worth taking a second look if I can’t find what I’m looking for in the first round.