SpamRejector™ Unveiled: the Solution to Lost Productivity, Annoyance, and Danger of Unsolicited E-mail
South Burlington, VT – July 22, 2003
The co-owners of Network Performance Inc. (NPI) announced today the release of SpamRejector™. An anti-spam appliance capable of preventing 95-98% of all unwanted, unsolicited e-mail messages without blocking legitimate mail from passing through. The result is improved employee productivity, while reducing the frustrating task of deleting spam messages from in-boxes.
"Unsolicited e-mail has become a significant barrier to success for today's cutting edge business," said John Burton, President of NPI. He continued by saying, "The spam problem has hit the highly efficient innovator by sapping as much as 5% of their productivity. Our anti-spam product catches the most spam, yet produces the least drag on business processing, of any product on the market today."
SpamRejector is a fully secure, turn-key, internal appliance that acts like an unsolicited e-mail "bouncer" working with all mail and operating systems. It allows tremendous individual user control with easy to administer rules and settings. It also features a high rate of accuracy and almost no false positives. SpamRejector blocks spam before it reaches the corporate mail server, preventing the "mail store" from getting bogged down storing useless mail messages. This results in a faster, better optimized mail system. A key feature that truly stands out is that legitimate e-mail is never deleted, since all mail that passes through the SpamRejector either gets sent through to its destination or stored in a suspected spam queue for review.
"Many businesses are simply overwhelmed by an endless procession of spam messages," said Eric Hart, Vice-President of NPI. "Approximately 70% of all e-mails on the Internet today are spam. 3000 spam e-mails a day come into our own SpamRejector, e-mails that would otherwise pass through to employees. The pilot companies have shown great enthusiasm for this product and new clients are lining up for at the chance to use SpamRejector to solve their productivity problem."
Law firm Dinse, Knapp & McAndrew in Burlington Vermont signed up first for the pilot program. Theo Clark, Information Systems Manager at Dinse, saw immediate results, "SpamRejector instantly decreased our unsolicited e-mail to almost nothing, while taking very little time to administer." Equally excited was Kurt Southwick, Vermont Gas Systems' Computer Information Services Manager, and the second pilot program user. "My volume of spam went from 300 per day using Mailwatch™, down to no more than 10 per day with SpamRejector." Kurt added, "My users were delighted and it installed in a snap!"
NPI is a socially responsible company with 10 employees and serving the business community throughout the Northeast. For fifteen years NPI has been focused on providing quality business computer networking and security solutions.
For more information contact: John Burton 802.859.0808 x211 .