March 15, 2007 - 12:00
London, UK – IT Week Magazine has selected GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP as the 2007 Editor's Choice winner for significantly cutting down on spam as well as for its pricing and functionality, GFI announced today.
With more than 60,000 customers and numerous editor and customer choice awards to its name, GFI MailEssentials is a leading anti-spam solution that eliminates spam and phishing attempts at server level, allowing for improved productivity and saving companies precious time and money. Thanks to its intelligent identification and whitelisting features, GFI MailEssentials also returns a very small number of false positives thereby lowering the risk that good and important emails are treated as spam.
In IT Week’s opinion, GFI’s anti-spam, anti-phishing and email management solution is a solid product that can significantly cut down on spam email messages. “If your company is looking for an effective method to distinctly cut down on spam in an effective manner, then you’ll want to check out GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP. You can expect the software to block more than 98% of all spam email that attempts to reach corporate users,” IT Week Magazine said in its product review.
Products are chosen for review based on broad criteria, but a product is given an Editor's Choice Award only when they feel it provides an excellent solution and one which they want to recommend to their readers. The publication, now in its third year, is delivered electronically in digital format to over 100,000 qualified subscribers every Monday.
The magazine said the product is quite easy to install and highlighted the benefit that it can be installed on Microsoft’s Exchange or any other SMTP server.
About GFI MailEssentials
GFI MailEssentials offers spam and phishing protection at server level and eliminates the need to install and update anti-spam and anti-phishing software on each desktop. It offers a fast set-up and a high spam detection rate using Bayesian analysis and other methods - no configuration required, very low false positives through its automatic whitelist, and the ability to automatically adapt to the email environment to constantly tune and improve spam detection. GFI MailEssentials also adds email management tools to your mail server: disclaimers, mail archiving and monitoring, Internet mail reporting, list server, server-based auto replies, anti-phishing and POP3 downloading. GFI MailEssentials pricing is very competitive, with a 50-user version costing just USD 725, as an example. More information about GFI MailEssentials and a trial version are available at: http://www.gfi.com/mes/.
About Possibility Media
Possibility Media is a privately held Florida corporation and was established as the result of several acquisitions of various web sites and media properties, together with Virtual Trade Shows and the technology behind the shows. Although based in Miami, the company has people all over the globe including the U.K., Australia, South Africa, India, Ukraine and other Eastern European countries. For more information please visit http://www.possibilitymedia.com.
GFI is a leading software developer that provides a single source for network administrators to address their network security, content security and messaging needs. With award-winning technology, an aggressive pricing strategy and a strong focus on small-to-medium sized businesses, GFI is able to satisfy the need for business continuity and productivity encountered by organizations on a global scale. GFI has offices in the US, Malta, UK, Hong Kong and Australia which support more than 200,000 installations worldwide. GFI is a channel-focused company with over 10,000 partners worldwide. GFI is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. More information about GFI can be found at http://www.gfi.com.