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Marshal Offers SP Edition

Integrated email and Internet content security provider is launching a Service Provider Edition of its MailMarshal software

BASINGSTOKE, U.K. -- Integrated email and Internet content security provider, Marshal, is launching a Service Provider Edition of its award-winning MailMarshal software. MailMarshal Service Provider Edition (SPE) provides MSPs and ISPs with a range of hosted email security services that can be tailored to their customers' specific requirements. Services offered include email filtering, policy control, archiving and reporting and the ability to grant differing levels of administration access rights to service providers' customers' own administrators.

MailMarshal SPE is a business-enablement solution for service providers targeting business customers and SOHO users. The software's intuitive, centralised management console makes it easy for MSP/ISP staff to manage policies, user accounts and messages spread across multiple servers located in geographically distributed locations. MailMarshal's Array Manager architecture naturally lends itself to a hosted environment, because it is highly scalable and provides an extremely redundant architecture design for up to 99.999% network availability.

Ed Macnair, CEO of Marshal, comments: "With the launch of MailMarshal SPE, service providers can now offer their customers a hosted version of what is one of the world's top three email content security software products. The beauty of MailMarshal SPE is that it is based on a highly scalable and extremely redundant architecture - both of which are critical to an efficient hosted service - and can be tailored by service providers to meet the exact requirements of their customers, be they SOHO users or larger businesses."

Marshal Inc.

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