New Changes At Stop Spam

Email is the critical business service, showing continuous growth worldwide. According to Radicati’s Email Market report, email usage is forecasted to grow to over 7.7 billion active accounts by the end of 2021*. Malicious email is still a frequent problem for business users, who may be sent harmful attachments that could infect computers on their network.

Software releases
At Live-Tech Stop Spam, we are always working hard to keep our solutions up-to-date. Below, find some recent software updates you might be interested in.

• Enabled aggregate DMARC reports to improve and monitor protection of the domain from fraudulent email
The DMARC (Domain-Based Message, Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) aggregate reports detail the authentication status of messages sent on behalf of a domain. The DMARC aggregate report also indicates which emails are authenticating against DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail) and SPF (Sender Policy Framework).
• Added attachments in continuity compose email
Live-Tech Stop Spam supports email continuity through a web-based console. Even if the primary email server goes offline, users can continue to send and receive email and attachments; productivity will not be affected.
• Added macros to the attachment restrictions feature
In response to the increasing trend of infections, which tend to rely on a victim’s likelihood to enable macros, we added the ability for admins to block attachments with macros from the control panel.

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