GFI launches GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP 10

"GFI has announced the release of GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP 10. This new version of GFI’s popular server-based anti-spam solution allows network users to blacklist or whitelist senders via public folders, and enables administrators to tune the Bayesian filter more easily. Version 10 also includes mail archiving to SQL Server, permitting companies to comply with government regulations more easily. It also functions as a list server, making it simple for companies to maintain and distribute company news.
“Version 10 beefs up the anti-spam features on offer: We've made the Bayesian filter easier to train, empowered users to easily whitelist or blacklist senders and added new spam checks,” said Nick Galea, GFI CEO. “In addition, with version 10, we are taking GFI MailEssentials beyond 'just' anti-spam: We have added a powerful archiving feature, better reporting and a new list server feature. More than ever, GFI MailEssentials is a must-have companion to Exchange Server."
Full GFI press release..

Chris Meirick on July 3, 2004 at 10:57 AM
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