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Scrollout F1

Scrollout F1

Scrollout F1 is an easy to use, highly configurable email firewall (gateway) for multiple domains and servers.

This software offers an open source solution for anti-spam, anti-virus protection and data loss prevention. It secures existing email servers on multi-platforms including Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino, Postfix, Exim, Sendmail, Qmail and others.

Scrollout F1 sports built-in multilayer security levels.

 Scrollout F1

Price
Free to download

Size
1.8MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Marius Gologan

Website
www.scrolloutf1.com

System Requirements
Ubuntu Server or Debian

Support:
Tutorial, SourceForge Project Page, Facebook

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • TLS encryption (2048 bits RSA)
  • Virus scanning for inbound and outbound emails
  • Different Quarantine per domain
  • Different scores per domain for Tagging & Blocking
  • Provides DMARC record: get notified when domain names are exploited.
  • Additional SMTP ports.
  • Spam scanning for inbound and outbound emails originated from non-intranet server
  • Powerful and innovative geographic filtering for Sender IP, Server IP, URL IP and TLDs.
  • Verify Sender IP against weighted white/blacklist providers (score RBL).
  • Spammer database pollution by deploying unlimited spam traps for your website
  • Innovative, easy to use (drag & drop) spam feeder using IMAP clients (as Outlook)
  • Various validations for hostname, domain, IP, helo/ehlo commands and more
  • Verifies incoming emails for DKIM and signs outgoing emails (2048 bits RSA)
  • Automatic temporary parking of flooding hosts
  • Protection against fake messages that appear to come from your domain or from yourself
  • Built-in rules for newsletters and other messages generated by automated systems
  • Protection against executable files, malicious content, scripts and more
  • Eliminates a large amount of junk emails sent by infected or hijacked computers
  • Various tests for embedded pictures
  • Protection against forged domains like (fake) yahoo.com, gmail.com etc
  • Protection against wifi, dynamic, invalid or unknown hosts
  • Easy to replicate messages across the world by typing a backup (sub)domain
  • Whitelist [sender domain] using drag & drop emails (with MS Outlook)
  • Blacklist [sender address] using drag & drop emails (with MS Outlook)
  • Reduce storage cost by redirecting multimedia messages (archived or hidden)
  • Relay outgoing messages through a global or per sender domain ISP (smarthost)
  • Lite DLP for MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF and scanned images (archived or hidden)
  • Assign an outbound IP address per domain
  • Disclaimer per domain
  • Simple web interface with guidelines

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