eWall

Version: 4.0.2.35

Overview

eWall is a Microsoft Windows based gateway (or sometimes referred to as SMTP proxy) between the Internet and your mail server. It monitors the SMTP traffic in real-time and protects the mail server, catching the majority of spam and viruses. The chain of flexible filters stops more than 95% of unwanted emails out of the box (more than 99% with Message Sniffer), dropping the mail server load by more than 90%.

eWall doesn't require maintenance and includes optional self-updating components (ClamAV, Message Sniffer), that seamlessly work with and protect your mail environment from spam and viruses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Please see the Full List of eWall Features for more information.

Technologies

eWall is built on top of time-proven and reliable technologies. PHP is used as a flexible and powerful scripting engine, allowing you to write filters of any complexity. Any standard PHP drivers or libraries can be used in eWall's event-driven environment. The powerful PostgreSQL database is used to keep the statistics and index quarantined messages, emails and IP-lists, and track the session history. XML-RPC transport is used to manage and watch the eWall remotely from the Control Panel.

Repository

All filters represent open-sourced snippets of PHP code, stored in the eWall Repository. The Repository is an XML-formatted file with well documented structure, allowing you to easily modify existing, or quicky develop new, filters, containing the newest anti-spam and anti-virus techniques. The Repository shipped with eWall already contains most of major anti-spam and anti-virus filters, such as DNSBL, SPF, SURBL, Attachment filtering, Country filtering, SpamAssassin, ClamAV and various misc tests.

Editions

eWall is available in two basic editions: free (limited to 5 mailboxes) and subscription-based paid version, which in turn is licensed per domain (unlimited mailboxes within a single domain) and Unlimited (unlimited number of mailboxes). A free 30-days trial version available for unlimited number of mailboxes.