TotalBlock has added webmail capability to its anti-spam solution, giving it a three-in-one offering, as it also guards against network overloads caused by storming, harvesting and denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.
Peter Stewart, CEO of TotalBlock, said the company introduced Webmail in response to customer demand. Users need to log-in once to use the new facility and check TotalBlock’s control panel.
“The addition of webmail makes TotalBlock a truly unique solution which will appeal to a range of resellers targeting the consumer, SME and enterprise markets. We are seeking channel partners in all these categories.”
TotalBlock’s challenge-response technology blocks all email from sources unknown to the user. Legitimate emailers respond to the challenge, but machine-generated spam is blocked.
The Internet-accessible control panel allows users to authorise specific senders or domains, or to free any blocked emails they might want to read, said Stewart.
TotalBlock goes for Webmail feature
By Staff Writers on Apr 17, 2007 2:39PM