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  • GFI launches freeware version of Exchange Server anti-spam product

    As a contribution to the battle against spam, GFI today launched a freeware version of GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP 8. The free version allows incoming email to be checked against popular DNS blacklists (also known as real time blacklists) at server level, prior to distributing the mail to network users. It also enables administrators to set up their own blacklists and includes a patented automatic whitelist management tool.

  • Disclaimer software for Exchange Server provided free by GFI

    GFI today announced that it is offering a server-based disclaimer module as freeware. This module, included in GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP 8, enables administrators to automatically add text to each outbound email, such as a legal disclaimer or commercial information - a feature that is not present in the "out of the box" Microsoft Exchange Server. By offering this as freeware, GFI is providing organizations with an easy way to defend themselves against the legal liability arising from an employee's inappropriate use of a corporate email address.

  • GFI releases GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP 8

    Spam. Everybody hates it. Nobody wants it - and for good reason: unsolicited email is not only offensive, inappropriate and fraudulent, but spam also wastes network users' time and network resources. According to a January 2003 CNN report, spam costs businesses US$13bn annually. In addition, spam can be dangerous. Combating it is both a business necessity and a public service.

  • GFI expands its reseller partner program

    GFI, leading developer of messaging, network security and content security software, has restructured its reseller partner program. The changes, introduced as result of GFI's rapid growth over recent years, include different tiers of partnership and new sets of benefits per level. While motivating all members, the revamped reseller program offers greater rewards to high-flying partners.

  • GFI releases latest version of its acclaimed network security scanner

    Safety and security for an enterprise network has long been an ongoing struggle between the "black hats" and corporate security officers. Now, as recent events have shown, hacker targets have expanded to include small business and home networks which simply share an Internet connection and a printer. There is no longer any "safe place." Network security is becoming everyone's concern and what is needed now is a tool that is simple, powerful and affordable.
    To meet this need, GFI - developer of content security and network security software - today launched GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner 3.1, an upgrade to its critically acclaimed version 3.0.

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