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Green Bay, Wis.
A Green Bay company that's fighting spam has introduced two new services for small businesses.
For up to 10 users, MailFoundry
is offering their hosted spam-filtering service free. MailFoundry Hosted involves routing incoming mail through the company's servers.
And the MailFoundry 1150 is a $799 appliance with a $99 per year subscription that is installed on site and can protect up to 150 e-mail accounts.
Company CEO David Troup said the system offers a very low false-positive rate, the number of real e-mails that get labeled as spam. According to the company, its overall false positive rate is 1 in 1,000,000.More stories:
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