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MailGate 5500 Tumbleweed Price: Starts at $4,600 @exb Tumbleweed's MailGate Tumbleweed's MailGate provides good e-mail security, although some organizations may want more control over antispam policies. Cumbersome installation is balanced by a strong dashboard and robust diagnostics. @exe The Tumbleweed MailGate 5500 appliance is a solid e-mail security solution and a hardened Linux platform designed for easy integration into large infrastructures. For the most part, it works as advertised, but there are some unresolved issues and trade-offs in control that enterprises will have to accept. Enterprise IT departments will find that MailGate is a good value proposition for the price. The appliance includes a comprehensive package of e-mail security tools: antispam, antivirus, attack defenses and server-to-server encryption. The antispam capability is serviceable, but is something of a black box; there is virtually no information on its operation, no way to tune the filters or even see the purported 500 filter updates per hour provided by the Tumbleweed Message ... Access >>>
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