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Outspring ships QuickMail Office 3.5 email solution

updated 08:10 pm EST, Tue December 7, 2004

QuickMail Office 3.5

Outspring today released , an update to its Mac-based email client/server. The company also announced Spamcaster, a new server-side spam prevention system as well as lowered pricing on the entire suite. The QuickMail software suite offers a Macintosh-based mail server/client architecture as well as a Windows client for maximum cross-platform functionality. Version 3.5 adds a the new Spamcaster Spam Filter, IMAP server support, Webmail support, DNSBL support, improved mail database, improved compatibility with the latest and many older operating systems, and other enhancemets, including a new database architecture, built-in database repair, improved compatibility with Norton Anti-Virus, etc. QuickMail Office ($350) includes a 10-client license and is available for Mac OS 9/X. The client is $35 (or a $25 upgrade).

The new Spamcaster filter for QuickMail server can be used in tandem with Outspring's Spamcaster Service to automatically receive regular filter updates from Outspring, which contains known spam identifiers. "This method is one of the most reliable and effective methods of blocking spam, with virtually no 'false-positives' (good email mistaken for spam).




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