Post.Office Updated With Improved Virus Scanning

Tenon Intersystems has released an update for Post.Office, bringing it to version 3.5.3 v.722. Post.Office is a mail and list server utility designed for the management of large volumes of email. The latest version features improved virus scanning. According to Tenon Intersystems:

Post.Office 3.5.3 version 722, the premier mail server and list server for Mac OS X, is now available for Mac OS X 10.2.

Post.Office is being used around the world to support 10s of thousands of mailboxes on Solaris, NT and other platforms. However, outside of Japan, this powerful, scalable mail server is now only supported on Appleis Mac OS X.

Mr. Savelberg, a customer, has further added to Post.Officeis value by contributing a script, now widely used by Tenonis Post.Office customers. The script runs in conjunction with McAfeeis Virex as a daemon that is launched on system restart. In addition to scanning messages for viruses, the script includes a number of scanning options that include discovering unwelcome file attachments; rewriting subject lines to "Careful Attachments", for attachment you allow, but which still look suspicious; moving suspicious messages to a quarantine folder, etc.

You can find more information about the Post.Office update at the Tenon Intersystems Web site. Post.Office 3.5.3 v720 is free for registered users, while the full verson is available starting at US$295.00.