GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP


License: Free to try
Downloads: 9
Op. System: Windows XP/2000
Last updated: 2014-01-28
File size: 58 MB
Publisher: GFI Software
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Publisher description for GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP

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GFI MailEssentials® is an award-winning Email Security and anti-spam software solution for Exchange Server and other mail servers, which protects your network against email-borne viruses and other malware threats using up to five antivirus scanning engines and advanced email filtering technologies such as two frequently updated anti-spam engines that require no tweaking, IP reputation filtering, greylisting, directory harvesting attack protection and more. With a spam Capture rate of over 99% and zero false positives, IT administrators can rest assured that company email is secure and spam-free. GFI MailEssentials puts control in the hands of the administrator and user, with a central, web-based email management Dashboard, email reporting tools, and a SpamTag Outlook addon. GFI MailEssentials also adds various email management tools to your Mail Server, including email disclaimers, email monitoring and redirecting based on custom rules, email reporting, list server, server-based auto replies and POP3 downloading.

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Visitor: Mike
I recently introduced the company I work for to GFI Mail Essentials which I used to work with at my previous job. I always liked the product and it always delivered what it promised – anti spam. The recent release however is really something great – I think I’ve suitably impressed my bosses! I love the real-time dashboard that lets me monitor the email flow because I have a lot more control now, and the fact that it comes with two anti spam engines just adds more protection and makes my task a lot easier. I’m considering installing their anti virus software too (once my bosses give me the go ahead!) although it would be great if they could be bundled together in a future release.
General rate: Positive