Visit SpamExperts at HostingCon in New Orleans, July 24-27

HostingCon Global 2016 New Orleans

There are less than two weeks until HostingCon Global 2016. Remarkable and vibrant New Orleans awaits, with its world renowned cuisine, legendary music venues, and fantastic culture all around.

Attending for the 7th consecutive year, SpamExperts will be a Silver sponsor this time around and will be exhibiting at booth #323. We are excited to meet peers from the industry, reconnect with clients and partners, and make new friends. Drop by to discuss everything email security from deployment options and filtering products, to network reputation and saving resources.

Plus, we have an industry-important workshop planned and some cool giveaways. More details below. Continue reading

SpamExperts Top Software Updates 2nd Quarter 2016

Top Software Updates for Q2 2016

June is coming to an end and so is the second quarter of 2016, meaning that it’s time for another Software Updates blog post. We’ve been hard at work adding new features and improving old ones, implementing new ways to combat spam, phishing attempts, and other such hazards.

Before we go in-depth, talking about what’s new in our software, Frontend/GUI, and Plugins & Integration, we want to thank our awesome development team for the great updates this quarter. Continue reading

SpamExperts Hack Week 2016 Winners

SpamExperts Hack Week 2016 Winners

Our Hack Week 2016 event has ended. We want to congratulate everyone who participated and thank those who voted. Hack Week 2016 impressed us all – everything went smoothly, the projects were simply amazing and quite a few of them will either be released as open-source tools or become part of our software.

We can’t wait for Hack Week 2017, but until then, take a look at our winning projects for Most Fun/Interesting, Best Technical, and Best Overall. Continue reading

SpamExperts Team Member Spotlight – Tony Meyer

Tony Meyer Lead Developer
Tony Meyer and his son.

Tony Meyer is our Lead Developer, and among our first employees. He has been with SpamExperts for over 10 years, and has had an essential contribution to bringing SpamExperts email security service to the level it is today. Great talent always deserves appreciation, and we are proud to have Tony in our team. Continue reading

Why Outgoing Spam Filtering should not be done transparently

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Datacenters and web hosting companies are facing challenges in today’s market, where their entire IP space may get a bad reputation resulting in email from their networks being blocked by recipients. In response, email security vendors often are asked for providing a transparent filtering solution to scan all outgoing email from their unmanaged (hardware/virtual) servers.

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