WOBURN, Mass. - July 31, 2006 - Reflexion Networks, a hosted service provider of anti-spam and email security solutions, today announced that it has integrated award-winning SpamCompiler technology from San Francisco-based Mailshell Inc, the OEM anti-spam leader, into its advanced Reflexion Total Control (RTC) technology. By blending content and sender-based analytical techniques, Reflexion both blocks unwanted mail and proactively ensures delivery of desired mail, restoring a pristine and trusted inbox experience for email users. Through this partnership, Reflexion's customers will join more than 6,000 companies and 10 million consumers relying on "Powered by Mailshell" technology.
RTC stops spammers by incorporating the Mailshell engine with Reflexion's unique address-based defense in a blended model that is highly effective for users and easy to deploy for administrators. SpamCompiler optimizes, compiles and executes more than one million filter checks in a fraction of a second to determine whether a message is spam. By combining a fast, compact, flexible, complete decision tree with an automatically self-tuning intelligent engine that is updated every five minutes, Mailshell's SpamCompiler consistently generates highly accurate results in recognizing spam, phishing and other forms of email fraud.
"With the integration of the Mailshell engine, RTC provides the best in content filtering with powerful new capabilities to thwart the latest spammer techniques, such as image-based spam, and alleviate the most severe spam problems," said David Hughes, CEO of Reflexion. "The broad array of capabilities is highly configurable for different user needs, and can be deployed by service providers and email administrators in a simple, set-and-forget fashion."
Reflexion blends Mailshell's capabilities with supplemental address technology, whitelisting, content filtering, and inbound and outbound virus filtering in a hosted solution that provides accurate, proactive protection that is maintenance free. Users enjoy unparalleled control over access to their inbox, ensuring uninterrupted access for legitimate senders, along with other capabilities that enhance the email experience, such as the detection of address sharing and the use of topic-specific addresses for tracking communications. With Reflexion's hosted model, customers cut their anti-spam engineering and support costs to near zero, while enjoying the added comfort of knowing that they won't lose mail during outages of their local mail server.
"Given Mailshell's extensive history in email security, we have a deep appreciation of the effectiveness of Reflexion's address-based technology, including the popular Address-on-the-Fly capability," said Eytan Urbas, vice president of products and marketing at Mailshell. "Reflexion's blended model provides innovative and proactive capabilities that are not available from any other vendor."
About Reflexion Networks: Reflexion Networks utilizes innovative supplemental address technology in combination with traditional spam prevention methods to completely eliminate spam and phishing attacks, restoring a pristine and trusted email inbox for users in organizations of all sizes. The company's breakthrough solution is maintenance-free for both users and email administrators and provides a variety of additional benefits, including the elimination of improperly blocked messages, detection of address sharing and effectiveness in any language. Reflexion's blended approach provides versatile email security protection for groups of users with different address security requirements. The company offers its technology through ISPs and its worldwide network of technology and service provider partners. Founded in 2001, privately held Reflexion is headquartered in Woburn, Mass., just north of Boston. For more information, Reflexion is available on the Web at www.Reflexion.net.
About Mailshell Inc.: Mailshell is the world's leading anti-spam and anti-phishing engine provider. Via Mailshell's OEM partners, more than 6,000 companies and 10 million consumers worldwide rely on "Powered by Mailshell" filters to block spam and phishing. Mailshell's software helps its OEM partners, including Computer Associates, Secure Computing, Panda Software, Oracle, ZyXEL, Broderbund and Lyris Technologies, among others, generate new anti-spam revenue, upsell existing products to new anti-spam customers, and cut anti-spam engineering and support costs to near zero. Mailshell's headquarters are located in San Francisco. For more information, visit http://www.mailshell.com.
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