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April 2006

E-mail Security

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 ...

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Features in this issue

  • Get a Grip!

    MOBILE SECURITY Enterprises need to take control of PDAs, smart phones and other mobile devices to ensure corporate security.

  • Transit Safety

    BITS & BOLTS SSL-encrypted tunnels protect sensitive data traveling the Information Superhighway.

  • E-mail Security

    Tumbleweed's MailGate 5500

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