IMF Tune - Bringing Back the Exchange Connection Filter
IMF Tune Opens Exchange Integration to any Anti-Spam Filter
Valletta, Malta - (Oct 04, 2005) - WinDeveloper Software - IMF Tune, in its latest release, opens Exchange integration to all anti-spam solutions. Filters running on any platform, on firewall appliances, and even at external service providers, suddenly become an integral part of Exchange.
Exchange is commonly considered exclusive ground for applications providing the necessary integration. This is no longer the case, as Alexander Zammit the IMF Tune Technical Lead explains, "IMF Tune provides the missing link between anti-spam filters and Exchange. The same level of integration offered by native Exchange filters, such as the Intelligent Message Filter, is now available to all applications."
IMF Tune ensures spam routing to the Junk Email folder. Outlook Safe Senders, Safe Recipients and Blocked Senders are also applied. All the client-side functionality is accessible through the standard Outlook and Outlook Web Access interfaces. No client-side extensions or custom rules are involved. Thus deployment is centralized and incurs minimal disruptions.
WinDeveloper is publishing a whitepaper to illustrate the concept and the simple steps involved in configuring the system. As the document explains, anti-spam filters are simply required to identify spam through a custom header or the email subject. IMF Tune is then able to extract this information and do the rest.
A number of organizations already started reaping the benefits. A case in point is that of Kaz Incorporated for which WinDeveloper published a case study. This illustrates a setup involving two firewall appliances. IMF Tune ensured spam delivery to the Junk Email folder eliminating the need for client-side rules.
With this functionality, IMF Tune is broadening the selection of anti-spam solutions available to Exchange organizations. "Fully integrated, multi-layer, multi-vendor configurations are now truly possible. Heterogeneous networks benefit from cross-platform integration of their anti-spam solution. It really makes no difference where emails are being processed. IMF Tune takes care to bring it all together." said Alexander.
IMF Tune is licensed per server starting from $298 for a single server license. Multiple server licenses can further benefit from discounts. Organizations that already invested in an anti-spam solution are thus able to achieve integration without running into further major expenses.
For a copy of the Whitepaper, Case Study and further information, visit the WinDeveloper web site at http://www.windeveloper.com/imftune/. From here a 30 day free evaluation version is also available for download.
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