SMX’s innovative and constantly evolving SmartRules® engine bridges the gap between our generic email filtering services, which are geared towards detecting and blocking the massive amounts of spam, malware and general abuse that constitutes the bulk of the email traffic we see, and the specific security needs of each organisation. At a high-level, SmartRules essentially allows customers to define specific rules and policies controlling the types of content allowed into or out of their site. - by Thom Hooker
As 2016 draws to a close, please take note of the following office closure dates and after hours support details for the 2016/2017 festive period.
Spark has announced today it will be moving its Xtra email service to New Zealand-owned email provider, SMX.
Babbage Consultants stakes its reputation on being ‘forward thinking, confident and expert.’ The company hires the best people, and makes a point of working with companies that deliver best-of-breed services to support its business. Babbage Consultants uses the full SMX email security suite – inbound and outbound email filtering, SmartRules® and SMX Cloud Email Archive – and would happily ‘recommend SMX to anyone.’
Secure email management solutions from SMX, including inbound email filtering and SmartRules®, stopped spam, phishing and whaling attacks almost instantly for international fitness industry giant Les Mills International, with SmartRules providing an essential extra layer of defence against further cyberattacks.
(By Stuart Corner) Spark is to bring the mailboxes of its Xtra email service customers on shore, transferring them from Yahoo! to local email service provider SMX, which operates from a Spark data centre.
(By Sara Barker) Spark says it's bringing its email services 'home', after the announcement it will be dropping the Yahoo-owned Xtra email service and moving to SMX, a Kiwi-owned email provider based in Auckland. The company says that all customers will be able to keep their existing Xtra email address, and the changes will be rolled out over three months from January 2017.