Spam Defense Upgraded at MailChannels
According to MailChannels’ Mon.
statement, Traffic Control 4.0 can reduce server costs by as much as 95 p.c with its efficient spam pre-filtering, which eliminates messages before they hit an organization’s mail server. “The argument is straightforward : less spam traffic means less hardware required for our clients – saving them millions of bucks annually,” MailChannels general manager Ken Simpson claimed in a press release.
Nginx was a logical foundation due to its lightning speed and really low memory footprint.”. Due to its light weight and high-performance, Traffic Control 4.0 is founded on top of website server platform Nginx, one of the most trustworthy and efficient website servers. Its Nginx core helps Traffic Control protect complete ventures and service suppliers using as little as one server. It separates senders into 3 classes, which can be regarded as the good, the bad and the hideous.
Good senders have their messages expediated, bad senders are blocked, and new, unknown senders are are proscribed in bandwidth down to some bytes per second.
MailChannel’s traffic shaping forces 99.6 % of spammers to drop off, without adversely inspiring bonafide senders. Traffic Control 4.0 can also integrate with existing carrier-grade spam filtering technology from Cloudmark, Commtouch, and others, and is scalable from a single server all of the way up to clusters of messaging servers. MailChannels also plans to contribute back to the Nginx open source community, that has helped it achieve its spam obstructing goals.