Geoff Marshall

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Review: Gordano Messaging Suite

Review: Gordano Messaging Suite

Gordano Messaging Suite is a complete mail server, with integrated anti-virus, anti-spam, and content filtering. As a mail server, it offers a cost-effective alternative to Microsoft Exchange and integrates tightly with Outlook in the same way that Exchange does. There are many additional features, such as support for dial-up collection of email from your ISP by POP3. It also has Extended Turn (ETRN) support for dial-up to extend SMTP should you need to use it. Client machines can be supported via POP3, IMAP, or a webmail interface.

Mar 23 2004 12:00AM
Review: IronMail 305

Review: IronMail 305

CipherTrust IronMail is a hardware appliance that offers anti-spam and email security. It provides secure delivery, basic certificate management, comprehensive policy management, and alerts you to suspicious behavior.

Mar 23 2004 12:00AM
Review: Kerio MailServer

Review: Kerio MailServer

Kerio offers a mail server with anti-virus, anti-spam, and content filtering. As a mail server, it is a cost-effective alternative to other products and offers extra features. For example, it can be used with a dial-up internet connection because it supports POP3 as well as SMTP for mail collection from an ISP. It has Extended Turn (ETRN) support for dial-up to extend SMTP if required. Client machines can be supported via POP3, IMAP, or a webmail interface.

Mar 23 2004 12:00AM
Review: MailScan for SMTP Servers

Review: MailScan for SMTP Servers

MailScan can be installed on an existing mail server and is available in over twenty variants to support many third-party Windows-based mail servers. We tested the generic version aimed primarily at non-Windows mail server platforms, MailScan for SMTP Servers.

Mar 23 2004 12:00AM
Review: Mail-SeCure 2040

Review: Mail-SeCure 2040

PineApp's Mail-SeCure is an appliance with models ranging from home user to enterprise network. We tested the 2040, a mid-range model aimed at SMEs that comes in a slim, rack-mountable case, includes a firewall and has three Ethernet ports (internal, external, and DMZ). Their unit is configured via a web interface.

Mar 23 2004 12:00AM
Review: MAILsweeper

Review: MAILsweeper

Clearswift MAILsweeper analyzes incoming and outgoing email at the internet gateway so organizations can implement management and security policies to block spam, viruses, inappropriate content, and comply with legal requirements.

Mar 23 2004 12:00AM
Review: NetIQ MailMarshal SMTP

Review: NetIQ MailMarshal SMTP

MailMarshal is installed as an email gateway and may be used in conjunction with any SMTP-compatible email server. However, MailMarshal SMTP also supports POP3 mail protocols, and can act as a POP3 mail server for up to 300 users. It can also collect emails via POP3 for situations where there is a dial-up connection to the Internet.

Mar 23 2004 12:00AM
Review: OrangeBox Mail

Review: OrangeBox Mail

The OrangeBox Mail software is designed to provide a complete email filtering system implemented as an SMTP relay at the gateway to the Internet. It runs on Windows 2000 or XP Professional and requires Microsoft Office to be installed for the analysis of Office documents. Remote management is also supported.

Mar 23 2004 12:00AM
Review: SurfControl E-mail Filter

Review: SurfControl E-mail Filter

This product provides a content-filtering SMTP gateway on the Windows 2000/2003 Server operating system. It can share a server with other applications, but a dedicated server is recommended. It is available as a plug-in for Microsoft Exchange 5.5 and 2000, which can then police internal emails. It has open relay protection.

Mar 23 2004 12:00AM
Review: trimMail

Review: trimMail

TrimMail is an email gateway appliance housed in a neat desktop case with an external power supply built into its power cable.
Mar 23 2004 12:00AM
Review: avecho.com

Review: avecho.com

Avecho.com is an outsourced email service, which also provides protection from spam and all forms of dangerous content, including viruses, scripts, embedded HTML, attachments, etc. It also has email repository. It is suitable for everyone from the home user to the largest corporate customer. And, even though it is based in the UK, it doesn't matter where you are in the World as it works over the Internet. It can also handle your outbound traffic to prevent anyone in your organisation sending out spam or viruses.

Mar 22 2004 12:00AM
Review: DynaComm i:mail

Review: DynaComm i:mail

DynaComm i:mail acts as an SMTP gateway, running on a Windows NT/2000/XP/Server 2003 machine, which does not have to be dedicated to the task – it can also host the existing mail server, for example. It is a member of a family of products that together form DynaComm's i:series Enterprise Content Security Suite, which offers other optional components including general Internet access filtering (HTTP and FTP) and controls, and a component called i:scan that monitors file access and downloads across the enterprise in a very wide-ranging way (not just across the Internet) to control confidentiality and misuse of data.

Mar 22 2004 12:00AM
Review: eTrust Secure Content Manager

Review: eTrust Secure Content Manager

This product offers content-management for email and the web. It has anti-spam filtering, confidentiality controls, http and ftp scanning, URL blocking for web security, and it includes eTrust Antivirus.

Mar 22 2004 12:00AM
Review: Secure Access Manager

Review: Secure Access Manager

This product provides users with SSO and administrators with a centralized way of managing the applications and resources that a user can access. It uses a centralized Policy Server and security plug-ins on user workstations and it authenticates users at first login with a choice, or combination, of password, Radius, token, certificate, smartcard or biometric authentication methods.

Feb 12 2004 12:00AM
Review: Trinity Secure Sign-On

Review: Trinity Secure Sign-On

Trinity is designed to allow enterprises to protect sign-on with smartcards, fingerprint biometrics, hardware tokens, passwords, or a combination of these methods.

Feb 1 2004 12:00AM
Review: Vintela Authentication from SCO

Review: Vintela Authentication from SCO

Not strictly a single sign-on (SSO) product,Vintela Authentication is designed to provide a more cost-effective solution than SSOs to the problem of users having different login credentials to Windows and UNIX resources.

Feb 1 2004 12:00AM
Review: Corporate Server

Review: Corporate Server

SmoothWall Corporate Server enables non-technical users to build a dedicated firewall to connect a network of computers to the internet. This software solution is designed to be cost-effective, because almost any Pentium-class PC can be used as the dedicated hardware platform. This firewall has been developed to meet the internet security needs of small to medium-sized organizations, corporate branch offices, and individuals with demanding security needs.

Feb 1 2004 12:00AM
Review: AssureAccess

Review: AssureAccess

AssureAccess is access management software that provides application security for J2EE/Javabased web, portal and web services applications as well as securing traditional web servers.

Feb 1 2004 12:00AM
Review: Cams

Review: Cams

Cams is designed to control access to web and J2EE application server resources. Resources protected by Cams can reside on the corporate intranet, an extranet, or the internet, and they can be a document, a web application, or almost any other application, data, or even a device.

Feb 1 2004 12:00AM
Review: Citrix MetaFrame Password Manager

Review: Citrix MetaFrame Password Manager

Citrix MetaFrame Password Manager provides SSO to applications running in a Citrix MetaFrame Access Suite environment and non-Citrix environments.

Feb 1 2004 12:00AM

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