April 9, 2008

Lab test: Tumbleweed MailGate

Tumbleweed's unique admin features, strong filtering, and good value make it worth a close look

April 9, 2008

Lab test: Symantec Mail Security

Symantec scores big with first-rate filtering, superior ease, good enterprise-class features, and a low price compared to top rivals

April 9, 2008

Lab test: Sendio I.C.E. Box

Sendio's challenge/response mechanism is extremely effective against spam, but not so effective in handling bulk mail users want to receive

April 9, 2008

Lab test: Secure Computing IronMail E-Mail Gateway

Secure Computing’s IronMail comes with an excellent spam catch rate, a broad set of strong security features, and a pricing structure favorable to large organizations

April 9, 2008

Lab test: Proofpoint Messaging Security Gateway

Proofpoint offers a high spam catch rate and a plethora of options for protecting corporate data and ensuring regulatory compliance, at a premium price

April 9, 2008

Lab test: Mirapoint RazorGate

The RazorGate combines useful filtering accuracy and excellent features at an attractive price, with good tools for compliance, quarantine control, and reporting

April 9, 2008

Lab test: Cisco IronPort

Cisco IronPort combines excellent features, easy setup, and high accuracy, with the lowest false positives in our test, but the price is high compared to other top performers

April 9, 2008

Lab test: BorderWare Security Platform

BorderWare boasts high accuracy and excellent content management features, but is plagued by false positives and difficult LDAP configuration

April 9, 2008

Lab test: Barracuda Spam Firewall

Barracuda combines solid features and great configurability at a low price, but filtering accuracy lags the field

April 9, 2008

Test Center guide: Mail security appliances

Mail security solutions differ in anti-spam techniques, accuracy, false positive rates, and ease of setup and administration. We compare Barracuda, BorderWare, Cisco IronPort, Mirapoint, Proofpoint, Secure Computing IronMail, Sendio, Symantec, and Tumbleweed

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