Plesk Email Security - Email Hosting, Virus, Spam Solutions - Plesk

Plesk Email Security

The Fast Email Hosting Solution for Spam and Viruses

 

It’s up to server admins to protect user mailboxes from ever-increasing cyber threats and deflect damage to their business. The Plesk Email Security extension gives spam and viruses no chance! You can secure mailboxes with zero effort – no manual configuration or CLI adjustments for open-source tools.

Invest in Plesk Email Security

Simple Installation and Use
The Plesk Email Security extension is pre-configured with automatic setup, updates and filter learning. The all-in-one interface has easy settings for proven, supported open-source tools.

Complete On-premise Solution
We won’t send email info outside mail server borders or to the cloud. For added protection, all emails will be processed on local server.

Incoming and Outgoing Protection
Amavis, SpamAssassin and ClamAV handle anti-spam, anti-virus and mail server configuration directly from your interface.

Integrated and Supported
An easy move if you have SpamAssassin with automatic importing of white/blacklists. Works well with Plesk Premium Email too. Plus, you get guaranteed Plesk support.

Get Plesk Email Security in Two Flavors

FeaturesFREEPRO
On-premise solution
Global and user-specific anti-spam settings (white-/blacklist handling, marking spam, sensitivity)
Configurable Incoming/Outgoing Anti-spam Filter
Settings migration from built-in antispam (SpamAssasin)
Email setup checker (DNS/RDNS, MX, ports)
Automatic SPAM/HAM learning and spam marking
Detailed stats/graph overview of mail traffic
Anti-virus email scans and quarantine management
Daily updates of anti-virus and anti-spam databases
Access to major block lists
DNS blacklist management

** SPECIAL OFFER: Get 12 months of Plesk Email Security – Pay for 10 only.

Prerequisites:

    • A Plesk license: 17.8.11 and up
    • Dovecot & Postfix (shipped by Plesk)
    • Open-Source tools – Amavis, SpamAssassin and ClamAV (installed by Email Security)
    • Linux distributions:
      CentOS, RedHat, Debian, Ubuntu (possibly other Fedora/Debian based)
    • A quick overview of proper DNS settings.
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