International Hosting Company Teams Up with SpamExperts to Fight Spam

(Ping! Zine Web Hosting Magazine) – Professional email security company SpamExperts announces their partnership with international web host EZZI.net. EZZI.net has implemented Inbound and Outbound Filtering from SpamExperts in the Local Cloud and is currently using the product to filter all email for their clients. Since deployment, the level of inbound and outbound spam has significantly dropped, therefore the EZZI.net tech team can focus exclusively on their customers.

“EZZI.net has implemented the SpamExperts solution for inbound, as well as outbound mail filtering. The latter is particularly useful in helping us keep our IP space clean and the filter is overall able to handle volume well,” said Ali Dhoon, CEO EZZI.net.

“We welcome EZZI.net to the Hosting Partner Program and are pleased to be able to strengthen our goal of bringing the best level filtering services to top hosting providers. This emphasizes our commitment to deliver enterprise class email security solutions in various markets,” said Sam Renkema, CEO SpamExperts.

More information on the implementation of the SpamExperts solution can be read in their case study.

About EZZI.net

EZZI.net is a Managed & Hosting Services Provider, in business since 1995 and specialized in providing reliable and affordable hosting services. Over the years, the company has built a strong reputation based on offering great service and “value for money”, a fact that has helped EZZI.net become the # 1 choice for companies and resellers seeking great hosting services at affordable prices.

For more information, please visit http://www.ezzi.net

About SpamExperts

SpamExperts solutions are tailored to (shared) web hosts, ISPS/Telcos and large organizations, as well as distributors and resellers. They offer inbound & outbound email filtering services, as well as email archiving. The services can run either within the redundant SpamExperts Hosted Cloud or on a Local Cloud directly deployed on the customer’s (virtual) hardware.

For more info, please visit www.spamexperts.com or check http://blog.spamexperts.com/

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