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SpamSentinel for 64 Bit Domino

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I now know why 64 bit Domino is gaining in popularity. It really gives Domino access to so many more memory resources. Performance is not limited by the old 2 gig RAM barrier for applications. So we are happily releasing the 64 bit version of SpamSentinel to beta customers this week. The conversion from 32 bit to 64 bit was no fun, but that is why they call it work!  

SpamSentinel also has less constraints on processing, and it shows!  We are seeing much faster throughput, past the 2 million messages per server per day mark!

We have been running this on our internal server for 5 days and it has remained stable. It is running on our internal mail server, a 64 bit server running Windows 2003, along with Domino version 8.0.2, where all of our mail files exist.  This is our own internal "vote of confidence", meaning we will not release software until we are confident enough to put it on our internal production servers, as errors can cause dreaded work interruptions.

So, for those of you who like to have your anti-spam and anti-virus solution run natively on the Domino server, you can use this solution.  As before, you can expect a 99.44% block rate.

Any customers who want this version can call us at our main line at (978) 635-1700 or email me, frank_paolino@maysoft.com to obtain an advance copy.

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Gravatar Image4 - @3 We now have a hosted version with teh same 99.5% block rate and no server changes required. It works with Domino or Exchange mail servers!

Gravatar Image3 - Spam Sentinel sounds good with a 99% + block rate, but the porblem with running your ant spam solution on the email server, is that it uses up valuable server resources.

Gravatar Image2 - This version is now generally available as of Lotusphere 2009, so contact me if you want to upgrade.

Gravatar Image1 - Emoticon I'm excited to hear about the 64-bit beta! It seems that more and more people are trying to get the most from Domino. I'm happy to hear that SpamSentinel is continuing to move with technology trends! It makes my support job a LOT easier.


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