Since the first release we made it our mission to focus on supplementing the Exchange built-in anti-spam, this made IMF Tune the natural choice for anyone wanting more from the native Exchange filters.
Valletta (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
Connection Filtering is returning to Exchange 2013 with the new IMF Tune release. Bringing back anti-spam features not included in Exchange 2013, WinDeveloper is set to encourage more Exchange 2013 on-premises deployments.
The loss of Connection Filtering in Exchange 2013 is of concern to many administrators planning to move to the latest Exchange release. In earlier versions, Exchange Connection Filtering allowed for IP based email filtering. This included the use of DNS block lists (DNSBL) and whitelists (DNSWL).
“Exchange administrators have been relying on this functionality since Exchange 2003,” Alexander Zammit WinDeveloper Technical Director explained, “and they won’t consider moving to a new release unless all critical functionality is in place.”
With almost a decade of IMF Tune releases under his belt, Alexander describes how IMF Tune was born to address these concerns. “Since the first release, we made it our mission to focus on supplementing the Exchange built-in anti-spam, this made IMF Tune the natural choice for anyone wanting more from the native Exchange filters.”
The new IMF Tune is planned for final release in the first quarter of 2014. All versions from Exchange 2003 to 2013 will be supported. Administrators can plan their Exchange migrations relying on consistent email hygiene that moves across Exchange versions with minimal effort.
Pricing starts from as low as $150 for a 15 mailbox license. This one-time charge also includes all upgrades released within one year.
More information on IMF Tune is available from the WinDeveloper website at http://www.windeveloper.com/imftune/. From here, a 30 day free evaluation version is available for download.
WinDeveloper Software delivers applications for the Windows platform, specializing in Microsoft Exchange integrated applications. Their product line also includes WinDeveloper Message Recall, and the OWA Recall extension allowing users to block delivery of emails sent in error. For more details, visit their website, http://www.windeveloper.com.
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