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Published By: GFI Software     Published Date: May 17, 2012
Download your FREE 30-Day Trial of GFI MailEssentials Today! GFI MailEssentials 2012 is an all-new version which enhances the anti-spam functionality and integrates email security functionality to provide one comprehensive on-premise email solution.
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GFI Software
Published By: GFI     Published Date: Jul 20, 2009
GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP/Lotus is a server based anti-spam, anti-phishing and email management solution, which is used by 80,000 customers worldwide. The latest version uses two anti-spam engines, along with advanced spam filtering techniques, to give administrators a high spam capture rate straight out-of-the-box, with minimal configuration. GFI MailEssentials also minimizes false positives, so you do not need to worry about important emails being marked as spam.
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Published By: Sunbelt Software     Published Date: Aug 10, 2007
Sunbelt Software engaged Osterman Research to survey organizations that are using five different email management systems including Barracuda Spam Firewall, GFI MailEssentials, McAfee GroupShield for Microsoft Exchange, and Symantec Brightmail and Sunbelt Ninja Email Security.
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email management, email, email security, messaging, spam, anti spam, spyware, anti spyware, virus, anti virus, sunbelt, sunbelt software, architecture, phishing, policy based, policy-based, malware, trojan, trojans, mail server
    
Sunbelt Software
Published By: GFI     Published Date: Jul 24, 2007
This white paper explains what makes spam such an unbearable problem and how spamming tactics are evolving daily to beat anti-spam software. The latest tactic is to use the common PDF file format to send image spam. By using PDF attachments to send images instead of embedding them in the body of the email message, spammers have taken the cat-and-mouse game with anti-spam software developers to a new level.
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