Sybari Releases Antigen 7.0 for Domino
by Berislav Kucan - Monday, 16 June 2003.
Sybari Software, Inc., today announced that Antigen 7.0 for Lotus Domino is shipping and available. According to the media release, this new version of Antigen for Domino will further strengthen Antigen's global appeal as the antivirus solution of choice for Domino/Notes administrators that need to support multiple operating systems and maintain virus-free messaging and collaboration environments.

Sybari's Antigen for Domino offers a preemptive line of defense from propagating e-mail viruses, worms and malicious code. Antigen is a server-level antivirus solution that delivers comprehensive protection through our multiple scan engine approach, as well as advanced content-filtering capabilities. Antigen 7.0 for Domino will include a new Antigen Policy Manager for central configuration management and an integrated scheduler for scan engine updates and database scanning. Antigen 7.0 for Domino supports Domino 6, R5, and R4 servers.

Some of the new features include:
  • New Antigen Policy Manager for central configuration anagement
  • New content-filtering including subject line and sender/domain locking
  • SNMP Support
  • Worm Purge
  • Enhanced file filtering including file name and type filters
  • Multiple Scan.Box support
  • Scheduling of NScan jobs and engine updates
  • Support for Domino 6, R5, and R4 servers
Ken Bisconti, Vice President, Messaging Products, IBM Lotus Software said: "E-mail is playing an increasingly vital role in corporate communications and employee productivity, so the need to effectively manage the flow of email and protect messaging systems from security attacks has never been greater. We're pleased that Sybari has joined us in providing secure and manageable messaging solutions to our shared Lotus Domino customers through Antigen 7.0."

Antigen is available for Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Windows 2000 Server & Windows Server 2003, and Lotus Domino. The suggested retail price for Antigen, to protect 250 users within an organization, is $5,750.00 with a two-year renewable license.

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