Djigzo Open Source Email Encryption Gateway is now available for Microsoft Hyper-V

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Djigzo, the leading provider of open source enterprise email encryption products, today announced a Hyper-V version of the Djigzo Open Source Email Encryption Gateway. The Hyper-V-based virtual appliance joins the existing VMware-based version, which was released in 2009.

As Hyper-V is becoming a viable alternative to VMware, and because of customer requests, we are providing Hyper-V support for the Djigzo open source Email Encryption Gateway

Djigzo, the leading provider of open source enterprise email encryption products, today announced a Hyper-V version of the Djigzo Email Encryption Gateway. Hyper-V users can now download the gateway virtual appliance for Hyper-V.

Djigzo Email Encryption Gateway is a standards based, centrally managed open source email encryption server that transparently encrypts and decrypts incoming and outgoing email at the gateway level. Djigzo Email Encryption Gateway is compatible with any existing email infrastructure like Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes and has support for S/MIME and PDF encryption.

The Hyper-V-based virtual appliance joins the existing VMware-based version, which was released in 2009. An increasing number of companies see the benefits of using virtual appliances over physical appliances.
“As Hyper-V is becoming a viable alternative to VMware, and because of customer requests, we are providing Hyper-V support for the Djigzo open source Email Encryption Gateway” says Martijn Brinkers, CEO of Djigzo.

About Djigzo

Djigzo, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, provides open source products that allow companies to automatically protect their email against unauthorized access both in transit and at rest. Djigzo Email Encryption Gateway is a centrally managed email server that encrypts and decrypts incoming and outgoing email at the gateway level. Djigzo for BlackBerry is an add-on to the Djigzo Email Encryption Gateway which can be used to send and receive S/MIME digitally signed and encrypted email from a BlackBerry smartphone. Djigzo is compatible with any certificate authority and can be setup to automatically request certificates from external certificate authorities.

Djigzo can be installed on most Linux and Unix based systems. Installation packages are available for Ubuntu, Debian, Red Hat and CentOS. A ready to run virtual appliance for VMware and Hyper-V is available.

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