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K7 Mail Security for MS Exchange released

K7 Computing has released long awaited security for Microsoft Exchange servers. The Exchange environment is an important entry point by which a threat or security risk can enter into a network.

PRLog - Oct. 25, 2011 - K7 Mail Security release         October 2011

K7 Computing has released long awaited security for Microsoft Exchange servers.
The Exchange environment is an important entry point by which a threat or security risk can enter into a network. K7 Mail Security is a complete and customizable solution that scans e-mails that passes through the Microsoft Exchange server.

Mail Security protects your Exchange server from the following:
•   Threats (such as viruses/malware, Trojans, and DoS attacks)
•   Security risks (such as adware, spyware and greyware)
•   Unwanted email messages (spam)
•   Unwanted content (Content Filtering)
•   Unwanted file attachments (Attachment Filtering)

K7 Mail Security also lets you manage the protection of one or more Exchange servers from a single web console and it sends timely alerts and notifications to administrators whenever significant system events or outbreak activities occurred.

Features available in K7 Mail Security

Support for Multiple Roles
K7 Mail Security supports Exchange Server on the following roles: Edge Transport, Hub Transport, Mailbox

Web Based Admin Console
K7 Mail Security can be accessed and controlled through the centralized web-based management console and it is accessible through any modern web browser from any computer on the network. You can use SSL to access remote servers through a secure product console.

Automatic Virus Scan
   Transport level and store level scanning.
   Microsoft Virus Scanning API to scan messages at a low-level in the Exchange store.
   Quickly scan messages using multi-threaded scanning.
   Default and customized action against viruses/malware, Trojans, worms, spyware/grayware.
   File type recognition to detect falsely labelled files.

Content Filtering
When content filter finds a word that matches a keyword it can take action to prevent the undesirable content from being delivered to Exchange clients.

Attachment Filtering
Blocks named attachments or attachments by true file type, file extension, or file name.

Spam Filtering
K7 Mail Security actively scans and detects spam messages and takes action against them.

Automatically quarantines suspicious email messages. It also provides option to release the quarantined email messages when you decide they are safe.

K7 Mail Security is available from K7 Computing UK and Authorised K7 Resellers in UK.
K7 Mail Security is offered along with K7 Enterprise Security endpoint and server protection.

More information at: http://www.k7computing.co.uk

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Started in 1991, Head Quartered in Chennai, India, K7 Computing brings 16 years of experience and expertise in delivering high quality security software solutions to consumers and small business segment by protecting & safeguarding their digital assets from any kind of malware attacks over the internet. A clear vision and focus in building a proven technology over the years has resulted in acquiring 10+ million satisfied paid users.

more information on K7 UK website: http://www.k7computing.co.uk


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Industry:Computers, Internet, Security
Tags:k7, Mail security, spam filtering, exchange, mail server, antivirus, content filter
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