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Features of Symantec MessageLabs Email AntiSpam.cloud

  • Multi-layered protection from spam which allows threats to be managed well away from your network
  • Incorporating Skeptic™ predictive detection technology, which has developed since 1999 to give enhanced protection against established and emerging spam techniques
  • Outstanding Service Level Agreements, including targets for antispam capture (99%, or 95% for emails containing Asian characters), false positives, service availability, fault response and email latency
  • Fully configurable, with a range of actions for both administrators and end-users
  • Quick and easy deployment as the fully managed spam protection service requires no software or hardware installation
  • Predictable, affordable cost with no software or hardware upgrades or maintenance
  • Multi-language support - multiple spam quarantine languages for end-user
  • Five-star rating from VeriTest independent antispam benchmarking, with over 99% spam capture and zero false positives

Cobweb Hosted Exchange Email is provided with Symantec.cloud antispam and antivirus protection, ensuring safe and secure email communications for your business.

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