SPAMfighter Exchange Module Receives Gold Award from MS Exchange
Leading Microsoft Exchange Server Community Site Honors SPAMFighter SEM for Superior Features and Functionality for Securing Pushed Email Threats
Boca Raton, FL - October 5, 2011 -- SPAMfighter, a leading provider of anti-SPAM, antivirus and anti-Malware solutions, today announced that MSExchange.org, a leading Microsoft Exchange Server Community site, honored SPAMfighter Exchange Module with a Gold Award for the product's enhanced protection against pushed email threats through policy-based email processing.
SPAMfighter Exchange Module (SEM) is a user friendly spam and virus filter for Microsoft Exchange Server currently being used by more than 36.000 companies globally. SPAMfighter SEM provides enhanced protection against all email-based security threats and phishing attempts through advanced content filters and policy actions. SPAMfighter's approach to securing Microsoft Exchange Server deployments has proven to be an effective and popular community approach to spam filtering.
In a comprehensive review covering installation, usage and SEM features by MsExchange.org (www.msexchange.org), the leading site on Microsoft Exchange Server, reviewer Brien M. Posey, MCSE, states that fighting spam is one of the most important tasks for organizations to address in an Exchange Server environment. In his lengthy review, he recognizes SPAMfighter's SEM with a Gold Award scoring an impressive 4.8 / 5.0 points through his extensive criteria. The full review can be read here: http://www.msexchange.org/articles_tutorials/product-reviews/product-review-spamfighter-exchange-module.html
Regarding administration of SEM, the reviewer writes, "There is also a User Groups feature which makes policy management easier in larger organizations," and, "I especially liked was that SPAMfighter allows for users to be imported from the Active Directory into a user group automatically."
In regards to the dangers of false-positives, the reviewer states, "The latest version gives you the ability to whitelist attachment types, which should prove to be extremely helpful to anyone who needs to receive executable files by E-mail."
Posey concludes the review by handing SPAMfighter SEM the Gold Award. He writes, "I found the software to be very easy to install and configure and all the new features should go a long way toward helping organizations to effectively combat spam while also preventing false positives."
"We are happy to get recognized and awarded for the efforts we have put into this product," said Henrik Sorensen, SPAMfighter CEO. "SEM continues to prove its worth in the test lab and in the market. We have demonstrated time and again, SPAMfighter SEM is an ideal solution for email security challenges facing the SMB market."
SEM is available in 6 languages and a 30 day full trial version that can be downloaded here SPAMfighter Exchange Module
About SPAMfighter SEM
SPAMfighter Exchange Module is a community based anti-spam and virus filter for Exchange Server and Microsoft Exchange server and among the feature list is:
- Community / IP Address / DNSBL filtering
- Advanced Spam Policy Actions for individuals/user group
- Award-winning anti-spam engine
- Improved content filter with the inclusion of a fast, intelligent white-list text analysis procedure
- Fully Integrated with MS Exchange Server 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010 and Microsoft Small Business Server
- Risk free - no Exchange downtime due SEM
- Free phone and mail support
- Language Support: English, German, Danish, Dutch, French, Spanish
SPAMfighter, a certified Microsoft Gold Partner-based in Denmark, is Europe's leading protection software developer providing state-of-the-art computer and server utility products to 13 million users from 228 countries around the globe. In addition to award-winning spam filter, SPAMfighter offers PC optimization, anti-spyware, and anti-virus protection solutions. SPAMfighter also offers an array of multi-lingual white label options. SPAMfighter utilities products are localized 23 different languages.
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