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26 Nov 2019
Pure Message for Unix v6.4.9 is released
Hi Everyone, Pure Message for Unix v6.4.9 has been released. In this release, there are some major changes. The product's End User License Agreement is updated and you should read the new EULA before upgrading. OpenSSL is upgraded to version 1.1.1c to enable support for TLSv1.3. SSLv2 support has been removed. PureMessage for Unix now supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15. For more information...
3 Jul 2018
Sophos PureMessage for Microsoft Exchange version 4.0.4 released
The latest improvements to Sophos PureMessage for Microsoft Exchange are now available. This latest version focuses on platform support and security enhancements that allow you to keep infrastructure up to date and secure. What’s new in PureMessage for Microsoft Exchange 4.0.4 Greater support for Microsoft SQL versions – now including Microsoft SQL Server 2016/2017 Introducing support for TLS 1.2...
29 Sep 2017
PureMessage Unix version 6.4 now available - includes Sophos Delay Queue
News: New software version available (Server update required) Overview Sophos Delay Queue is now available in the latest version of PureMessage Unix (Version 6.4), helping to stamp out Snowshoe spam – the attackers preferred method of sending spam. Sophos Delay Queue gives you future proof protection against snowshoe spam - intelligently delaying suspicious mail to run further anti-spam checks. Then automatically...
13 Jul 2017
PureMessage Unix version 6.4 coming soon - includes Delay Queue
News: New software version Overview The latest version of PureMessage Unix, version 6.4, is coming soon. This update will add Sophos Delay Queue to the range of included email security features, helping to stamp out Snowshoe spam – the attackers preferred method of sending spam. Sophos Delay Queue gives you future proof protection against snowshoe spam - intelligently delaying suspicious mail to run further...