mailmarshal

Marshal8e6 rebrands as M86 Security

Marshal8e6 rebrands as M86 Security

Integrates new technology from mergers and acquisitions.
Sep 3 2009 11:06AM
Finalists announced in Secure Computing Awards

Finalists announced in Secure Computing Awards

The judging panel for the inaugural Secure Computing Awards, to be presented next week at the AusCERT conference, has announced its picks for finalists.
May 13 2009 2:47PM
Review: Marshal's MailMarshal SMTP

Review: Marshal's MailMarshal SMTP

Marshal’s MailMarshal SMTP is a software-based approach to email content management.
Jul 1 2008 3:28PM
Review: MailMarshal

Review: MailMarshal

MailMarshal features not only email content filtering ability, but can also be integrated with third-party anti-virus and anti-spyware software such as McAfee and CounterSpy.
Apr 2 2007 12:00AM
Review: MailMarshal for SMTP

Review: MailMarshal for SMTP

NetIQ is a familiar name in the email security space, known for its MailMarshal range.<
Jun 1 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: NetIQ MailMarshal SMTP

Review: NetIQ MailMarshal SMTP

New Zealand-based Marshal Software, now part of NetIQ, might not be so well known as some vendors in this Group Test, but it has produced an impressive product in its MailMarshal application, a fully-fledged email security solution.

MailMarshal is suitable for any type of organization. For small businesses, it can be used to replace the existing mail server and act as a POP3 server for up to 500 users. Larger organizations can co-locate the product on their SMTP server (although this is another spool-and-forward application, so performance is an issue), or install it on a dedicated machine.

Feb 1 2003 12:00AM

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