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ESET Mail Security provides Linux, BSD and Solaris based mail servers with effective protection from known and emerging forms of malware

Including viruses, worms, Trojans, and other Internet security threats.

E-mail is the lifeblood of today's competitive business.

More businesses rely on Linux, BSD and Sun Solaris to deliver email. As e-mail use and volume of exchanged information increases, companies are increasingly vulnerable to fast propagating malware that can bring business processes to a grinding halt in a matter of minutes. Or worse malware which enables subtle attacks designed to steal passwords or sensitive data.

ESET Mail Security provides Linux, BSD and Solaris mail servers with on-demand and on-access real-time protection from known and unknown viruses, worms, trojans, spyware and other Internet threats. ThreatSense® technology is the heart of ESET Mail Security. It proactively protects servers from zero-day threats with minimal impact on system performance or resources.

Our industry leading heuristic threat detection minimises false positives while detecting new threats as soon as they emerge. With ESET, IT managers do not have to choose between security and performance. In most cases, there is zero latency between release of a virus and protection. The spam filter also offers effective protection against spam using several methods simultaneously to reach excellent detection rates whilst not impacting performance.

The software can also be administered simply and efficiently. The Pre-defined actions feature of the software allows administrators to define a set of actions to be taken based on scan results. A possible action could be the blocking of a message and replacing it with a predefined webpage template and so forth.


Complete protection and award winning Mail security

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