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August 3, 2009

Sendio unveils new version of e-mail system protection

Comes with clustering and message journaling capabilities

By CBR Staff Writer

Irvine-based Sendio has launched its E-mail System Protection (ESP) 5, a new version of e-mail protection system for the enterprise market.

Sendio claims that by leveraging its community-based approach to e-mail security, the new version offers new features including message journaling for integration with third party archiving, enhanced queue summary and cluster management for increased performance and redundancy.

Reportedly, Sendio’s ESP is designed for the enterprise that allows organisations to develop an e-mail community, enabling users to receive legitimate messages while blocking harmful spam, malware and phish. The new ESP 5 employs an automated verification and the ‘buddy’ list model, to allow organisation’s to assemble trusted e-mail contacts into a pre-approved community.

According to Sendio, the new ESP 5 features and capabilities include: advanced cluster management for configuration and failover procedures; auto-accept option for accepting incoming e-mail form valid newsgroup or list server; cluster-specific feature to ran any combination of the web interface (https), mail router (MTA) and mail server (smtp); and Safari browser support, in addition to other browsers.

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Cameron Brown, VP of engineering at Sendio, said: The new features in Sendio’s ESP 5 provide the highest level of threat protection possible while saving our customers significant resources, time, and money.

“For enterprise customers with archiving requirements, the ESP’s message journaling capabilities now allow for integration with 3rd party archiving and eDiscovery solutions, and new clustering capabilities allow for greatly increased performance and fault tolerance in larger organisations.

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