Anti-Spam software now freeware

With new PC viruses proliferating around the world via e-mail, users are becoming more concerned about the risks that unsolicited e-mail may bring.

Following the discovery of the Worm.ExploreZip virus last week, software developer GFI has released a freeware version of its application Mail essentials for Exchange/SMTP, which lets users protect their e-mail system from Spam.

According to GFI, the anti-Spam feature of Mail essentials scans e-mail before it reaches the mail server, detecting and deleting any e-mail that contains messages associated with viruses.

GFI is providing the anti-Spam feature of Mail essentials as freeware - offering unlimited and fully functional use. The program is available as a download within the Mail essentials 60-day trial version, which can be found at http://www.gficomms.com/mesindex.htm. After 60 days, Mail essentials will be disabled while its anti-Spam feature will remain working.

GFI

Phone: (08) 8351 9780

http://www.gficomms.com.au

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