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SPAMfighter Mail Gateway

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway is a “store-and-forward” SMTP server – which means it will accept incoming e-mails instead, scan the e-mail, and route the e-mail on to another SMTP server. During the installation – or on any point in time afterwards – configuration of where to route e-mails can be configured. Due to this “store-and-forward” (i.e. gateway) concept – an existing SMTP server must exist.

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway sends installation details regarding registration, login-information and e-mail compiled hash-values, when e-mails are being tested. SPAMfighter Mail Gateway will never send sensitive information to the net.  All information that is sent and received is validated in order to avoid manipulation.

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway gives you the hightest degree of confidentiality. Your e-mail security and privacy is our top priority.  Legitimate e-mail on the server is never sent further or shared with anyone – your legitimate e-mails will never leave your server.  Only a few blocks of encrypted data and the unique web address are sent to the SPAMfighter server.

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway needs to have access to the internet, but SPAMfighter Mail Gateway only needs access to UDP/2409 to servers.backend.spamfighter.com and TCP/2409 to http://login.spamfighter.com. To be able to receive automatic updates access to TCP/80 to http://www.spamfighter.com is needed, but not an absolute requirement. This makes it possible for the system administrator to secure the network by being able to close all other connections other than the ones listed.

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway works with Windows 2000 or newer and in Windows virtual environments (VMWare, Virtual Server, Hyper V etc.)

Yes, with the help of our administration module, it is easy to deactivate the spam filtering on a single mailbox.

Spam mails can automatically be quarantined, deleted, prefixed, marked or for example routed to a special e-mail folder or all of the above.

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway has numerous ways of determining whether or not an e-mail is spam or not. The most significant way is by creating a unique signature for each e-mail and its elements, and sends this signature to the SPAMfighter server for evaluation.  Afterwards, the server returns a score with the decision if the message is spam or not.  The original e-mail never leaves the server under SPAMfighter Mail Gateway filtering.

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway - Installation

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway needs to have access to the internet, but SPAMfighter Mail Gateway only needs access to UDP/2409 to servers.backend.spamfighter.com and TCP/2409 to http://login.spamfighter.com. To be able to receive automatic updates access to TCP/80 to http://www.spamfighter.com is needed, but not an absolute requirement. This makes it possible for the system administrator to secure the network by being able to close all other connections other than the ones listed.

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway works with Windows 2000 or newer and in Windows virtual environments (VMWare, Virtual Server, Hyper V etc.)

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway - Login and Security

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway sends installation details regarding registration, login-information and e-mail compiled hash-values, when e-mails are being tested. SPAMfighter Mail Gateway will never send sensitive information to the net.  All information that is sent and received is validated in order to avoid manipulation.

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway is a “store-and-forward” SMTP server – which means it will accept incoming e-mails instead, scan the e-mail, and route the e-mail on to another SMTP server. During the installation – or on any point in time afterwards – configuration of where to route e-mails can be configured. Due to this “store-and-forward” (i.e. gateway) concept – an existing SMTP server must exist.

Yes, with the help of our administration module, it is easy to deactivate the spam filtering on a single mailbox.

Spam mails can automatically be quarantined, deleted, prefixed, marked or for example routed to a special e-mail folder or all of the above.

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway has numerous ways of determining whether or not an e-mail is spam or not. The most significant way is by creating a unique signature for each e-mail and its elements, and sends this signature to the SPAMfighter server for evaluation.  Afterwards, the server returns a score with the decision if the message is spam or not.  The original e-mail never leaves the server under SPAMfighter Mail Gateway filtering.

SPAMfighter Mail Gateway gives you the hightest degree of confidentiality. Your e-mail security and privacy is our top priority.  Legitimate e-mail on the server is never sent further or shared with anyone – your legitimate e-mails will never leave your server.  Only a few blocks of encrypted data and the unique web address are sent to the SPAMfighter server.

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