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Security Gateway for Email Servers offers Protection from External Email Threats, Protection from Internal Email Threats, Administrator Options, Performance Features, and Detailed Logs and Comprehensive Reports.

Security Gateway's simple and easy-to-use features analyze, manage, and report on the inbound and outbound email traffic patterns of Microsoft Exchange Server or any other SMTP email server.

Accurate Detection

With multiple analysis tools for separating threats from legitimate email, SecurityGateway leverages the best proven antispam, antivirus, antiphishing, and antispoofing technologies to produce a 99% spam blocking rate and achieve nearly zero false-positive results.

Data Leak Prevention

In addition to inbound mail traffic filtering, SecurityGateway also filters outbound email. An easy-to-use interface allows policies to be created which detect and prevent the unauthorized transmission of sensitive information outside of your network.

Powerful Filtering Engine For Email Servers

SecurityGateway's powerful filtering engine is based upon the industry standard Sieve mail filtering language. Allows the administrator to tell SecurityGateway to block all attached video files, images, or executable files with one click.

Defense Layer Customization

A unique SecurityGateway control method that allows email administrators the flexibility to prioritize the order of operations in which a specific security rule will execute when analyzing incoming or outgoing email traffic.

Comprehensive Reporting

SecurityGateway's comprehensive reporting features allow administrators to identify email traffic patterns and potential problems. All reports support point-and-click drill-down targeting, allowing further analysis to be performed.

Easy Administration

The intuitive, task-oriented interface allows already overworked administrators to perform common actions with minimal effort. Administrative responsibilities can be delegated to a domain administrator. End-users are empowered to determine the fate of a message without the need to contact the administrator.