Email protection: essential for business success
Your company email is a vital means of communication—and a common route for malware. Protecting your company's mail server is the essential first line of defense. ESET Mail Security for Linux/BSD/Solaris eliminates all types of email-borne threats and unsolicited email, with harmful content filtered away at the server level—before it can do any damage. The optimized filtering and system maintenance leave more processing power for server tasks like delivering the emails that keep your business profitable.
Keep email channels safe from infection, spam and slowdowns
ThreatSense® scanning engine keeps known and emerging forms of malware from entering your network and infecting your email server.
Filters out unsolicited email messages, and those that might contain a security threat. Enables spam rules to be set up according to country code, language, and other parameters.
Integration with common mail transfer agents
Includes content filter modules for Novell GroupWise, Postfix, Sendmail, Qmail, Exim, Zmailer, and others.
Multiple interface options
Web Interface for simple management or Command Line control with scripting to perform actions or create/modify configurations.
Logs and statistics
Greatly improves antispam efficacy with spam log and graylisting log that display sender, recipient, and action taken by the software.
Manage multiple endpoints from a single location with Remote Administrator
Remote installation and updates
Easily install remotely and set up automatic signature and scanning engine updates.
Comprehensive policy management
Use the intuitive Policy Manager to easily customize rules or save time by using default policies.
Advanced client management
Create and organize static and dynamic client groups with different parameters for populating the groups, and remediate security problems more quickly.
Roll back virus signature and module updates and freeze updates as desired; address incompatibilities or other system disruptions.
Low management overhead
Roll out, update and manage all endpoints from a single console to reduce IT workload.
Review security status
Monitor incidents such as client status, virus outbreaks or network attacks; review new client events, finished tasks, license expiration and more.
Reporting and Logs
Review comprehensive statistics, including malware logs, quarantine, or firewall events. Extract additional info via the integrated ESET SysInspector tool. Export to Syslog for SIEM analysis.
Schedule delayed virus signature and module updates to ensure optimal implementation within your environment.
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- Operating Systems:
Linux – Kernel version 2.6.x or higher
glibc 2.3.6 or higher
FreeBSD – Version 6.x, 7.x, 8.x & 9.x
- Compatible with ESET Remote Administrator 5
Note: See the latest information about compatibility with ESET Remote Administrator 6