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MIG - SMTP / IMAP / POP Servers

Managed Internet Gateway - draw your line in the sand

SMTP
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. Most commonly thought of as "sendmail", SMTP is the protocol used to transfer mail between mail servers on the Internet.
IMAP
Internet Message Access Protocol. IMAP is a server based message access protocol, allowing messages and folders to remain on the server. Although not favored by ISP's, due to disk space and server demands, in an office environment it is ideal, providing an easy way to archive mail and easing mail access for mobile users.
POP
Post Office Protocol. This staple internet mail protocol is used by most ISP's to allow clients to read their mail.

  • fully configurable through WMC
  • supports SSL for encrypting client sessions
  • prevents root level buffer overflow attacks
  • filter mail against list of poisoned senders (easy configuration)
  • optional manager approval of poison requests
  • filter mail against internet based real-time "black hole" lists
  • filtered mail can be redirected / bounced / sent to junk account
  • optional virus scanning before transmitting or delivering

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