MailEnable provides a secure messaging platform to safeguard your system against unauthorized access and unsolicited mail or viruses.
Authentication methods such as
, NTLM, and advanced
to your mail server. Accounts can be locked out after too many failed attempts to prevent an unauthorized user from gaining access to the system.
MailEnable employs several methods of
, to effectively reduce the amount of
junk mail received by the user or the mail system. MailEnable features message and
greylists/whitelists, allow/block lists,
several other features for stopping unwanted e-mails being delivered.
To protect your system from viruses, MailEnable integrates with a variety of
in order to
scan for viruses on all incoming or outgoing messages.
Scalability & Stability
The system only stores server specific configuration data in the registry of the local machine. This effectively means that you can install
multiple server nodes and point them at the same storage repository. By load balancing and clustering Front-End Servers (IIS, SMTP/POP, IMAP) the
system can effectively scale out very easily.
MailEnable's open and modular architecture and service isolation promotes maximum uptime because the system is comprised of different logical
processes. For example, if one service should fail, other services are not necessarily affected.