The Xeams Appliance is a solid foundation for a secure messaging infrastructure, providing a standards-based platform that intelligently serves, secures and manages messages with multi-mode client access. Xeams appliance offer the industry?s best price-performance and the scalability to handle the most demanding messaging environments. For large, multi-tier deployments, the Xeams Appliance easily and seamlessly integrates with other email servers and clients in the organization.
Xeams Appliance Benefits:
- Appliance-based messaging server to lower costs and provide high reliability and availability
- Standards-based mail server supports the mail client of your choice, including Outlook
- Feature rich web-based client and support for mobile clients
- Industry?s lowest TCO and server consolidation advantages
- Employs secure, hardened operating system that has no known exploits
Features and Benefits
|Industry's Lowest TCO
||Xeams Appliance offers significantly lower TCO than any application based messaging products. This translates to huge cost savings in administration, management, and addition of new users.
|Feature Rich Messaging Services
||The Xeams Appliance offers rich e-mail support, including SMTP, POP3 and IMAP support with built-in spam filtering that blocks 99% of junk messages right out of the box. Additionally, it includes Xeams Web Client that provides email access to users without the need to download a client on the user?s PC. The Xeams Appliance also offers mail support for other mobile client devices.
|Hardened Operating System
||The Xeams Appliance employs a hardened version of Ubuntu Linux OS that is optimized for performance and reliability?with no known exploits.
|Built On Industry Standards
||The Message Server supports Internet standard protocols, for easy integration with any client device.
|99.999% Proven Reliability
||The Xeams Appliance has field proven 99.999% reliability equating to less than six minutes of unscheduled downtime per year.
|Security By Design
||Message Server is built on a locked-down hardened operating system with no known exploits. SSL and TLS protocols are supported for additional mail server protection and the administration interface is secured over an SSH connection.