ESET Unveils ESET Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange Server for Complete Cyber Security
SAN DIEGO, CA: ESET, provider of advanced IT security launches ESET Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange Server which comes with revamped interface, enhanced anti-spam engine and antivirus, with optional cloud-powered scanning.
The product is supported by ESET Remote Administrator 6, resulting in secure mailing process with malware protection, spam filtering and thorough e-mail scanning. New features of ESET Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange Server simplify administration and deliver improved security functionality for IT professionals. With help of ESET Local Quarantine Management it blocks malicious mail and manages the mail flow. If a legitimate message is blocked, individuals can retrieve the email quickly, allowing workflow to continue uninterrupted.
Additionally, Local On-Demand Scan decreases required server resources by allowing admins to choose which specific databases and mailboxes to scan. The solution also allows easy access to relevant logs of server activity, so that troubleshooting is done quickly. The new features added to ESET Mail Security include, advanced memory scanner which strengthens protection against malware; exploit blocker, shields against exploited applications such as web browsers, PDF readers, email clients or MS office components; anti-phishing, it scans the content of e-mail messages for links or scripts that might mislead users or trick them into visiting malicious websites.
"ESET Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange Server keeps company communications protected and minimizes the effects of unsolicited messages on staff productivity,” says Jan Balaz, product manager at ESET.
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