23 Nov 2001
Sophos MailMonitor for SMTP - now for Unix!
Sophos MailMonitor for SMTP has been released on the Linux/Intel
platform joining its Windows NT/2000 stablemate.
MailMonitor for SMTP on Unix
(Linux/Intel) scans all email before it reaches the SMTP
server. If the email is virus free, it is passed to the server. If
virus infection is detected, the email can be quarantined, deleted
or disinfected. MailMonitor can also alert administrators,
recipients and senders to infected email if required.
Shortly Sophos will open a beta trial for Sophos MailMonitor for
SMTP on Unix (Solaris SPARC), broadening the MailMonitor product
portfolio even further.
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