BASICS: ESATInformer designed
for XWall virtually eliminates the "false positive"
problem. Daily reports are sent to the email system administrator
and all selected users. These reports summarize the spam
problem and list each users blocked messages. Using these
reports, users can request delivery of any false positives.
The request is handled automatically with a summary report
sent to the email administrator. With the "false positive"
problem out of the way, the XWall spam filters can be tightened
to all but completely eliminate spam
APPLICATION: Unlike the Exchange
Spam folder which allows the user to wast company time inviting
even more spam with ESATInformer the admin stays in control.
The ESAT Admin report supports the administrator to make
the correct adjustment to the XWall spam filter.
Top Ten Reasons For ESATInformer
- ESAT gives you a clear picture of your mail situation.
- Allows users to mark and automaticly retrieve false
- Your users can see first hand all the spam kept away
- Daily reports shows the preformance for each of the
21 available Xwall filters. The admin can tighten up the
- No need for a junkmail folder and you don't waste 90%
of your Exchange capacity with useless spam.
- No user junk mail folder. These just wast space on your
server and allow users to respond to junk mail, increasing
the overall problem and wasting company time.
- You won't kill a user because you spent hours looking
for a message that turns out to be spam.
- The User spam report with its scoring feature actually
educates users to recognize Spam.
- The Retriever report alerts the admin to consider possible
exclusion and adjustments.
- Detect mail abuse by the users.
ESAT adds value
As an XWall administrator you are already
doing a great job fighting spam. With ESATInformer you can
do an even better job. Information that would otherwise
be hidden away in XWall statistics log files is delivered
daily to your inbox. With this extra knowledge you can find
the perfect XWall filter settings.
You receive daily reports detailing the spam problem on
a user by user basis. For more detail how these reports
look check the screen shots. If you like, also receive summary
reports for any messages your users request from the XWall
email archive. All of this information is delivered to you
via email automatically.
Selected users receive a report listing blocked messages.
The messages are sorted in order of spam potential. On top
of the list are messages that failed to pass one spam filter.
On the bottom of the list are the messages getting blocked
by several filters, often 4 or more. This order makes it
even easier for the user to spot a messages blocked in error.
Should the user find such a message he or she can request
delivery of the blocked message with a few mouse clicks.
The requested message is delivered automatically to the
user and the administrator receives a summary that helps
him to improve the Spam filter. This feature virtually eliminates
the "false positive" problem. Your C.E.O. stops
worrying about that lost email order. Your users don't complain
that you're blocking important messages because they see
what is blocked. They also see how much spam your XWall
is keeping out of their way.
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