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  • SMTP enforcement
    Reflexion uses its LDAP sync capabilities to maintain a database of known users at each customer domain. This database enables the system to deny delivery of mail to unknown users after receiving the "To:" address from the message envelope. This approach provides protection against directory-harvest and denial-of-service attacks (DHA and DoS, respectively), and saves considerable bandwidth.
  • Recipient checking
    In cases where Reflexion has not been provided with a list of users for an enterprise, the system automatically queries the customer's MTA to determine if a recipient is legitimate.
  • Allow lists (Whitelisting)
    Users can get started by using Reflexion's Outlook Contact Harvester to build a list of their email correspondents. This utility collects Outlook contacts and addresses from messages in the Sent Items folder. Automated "allow list on first outbound" and "allow list on reply" features keep one's allow list current over time. Allow lists can include individual addresses or entire domains, and support enterprise-wide entries.
  • Block lists (Blacklisting)
    The block list is used to block email from specific addresses or domains. A block list entry can be created through either the in-message user control panel or the Reflexion Message Center user interface. Enterprise-wide entries may be added to the block list.
  • Content filtering
    Reflexion may be deployed transparently by utilizing content filtering to screen messages from senders who are not on a recipient's allow list and which have passed prior tests, such as permitted countries and permitted languages. Filtering provides simple, transparent set-and-forget protection, although a user may choose to inspect their quarantine or receive a daily summary of messages in the quarantine. Reflexion provides a simple means for the user to tailor the sensitivity of the filter for their specific preferences.
  • Address-on-the-Fly (AOTF)
    Reflexion's Address-on-the-Fly enables users to spontaneously disclose a purpose-specific address on a website, in a discussion forum, in print or conversation without interacting with the system. These addresses take the form of a root name plus a suffix of the user's own choosing. For example, to register on eBay, Jane Doe might disclose the address, where the ".ebay" suffix serves as an "email PIN" that assures delivery of email sent to this address. Addresses are independently controllable by policy so that legitimate users of the address can be "locked down" in the event the address is ever harvested and abused by a spammer.
  • User control panel
    As an option, Reflexion automatically inserts a control panel at the bottom of incoming messages, and removes it on Forward or Reply. This control panel provides a means of communicating with users, for example, to inform them when one correspondent appears to have shared their address with a third party. It also provides a simple means for users to update their access preferences for a specific sender and address simply by clicking on the intuitive in-message links that are provided.
  • Reflexion Permitted Languages (RPL)
    This capability augments traditional content filtering by blocking messages in any language other than those specifically approved for delivery at the enterprise and individual user levels.
  • Reflexion Permitted Countries (RPC)
    This capability further augments content filtering by blocking messages from any country other than those specifically approved for delivery at the enterprise and individual user levels. Delivery decisions are based on the IP address of the sending server. While some organizations with international clients may not use this capability, many domestic businesses may not ever want to receive email that can be determined to have originated outside their home countries or geographic areas of operation.
  • Flag and deliver spam
    Users who don't have a serious spam problem may elect to have spam delivered to their inbox with a spam tag in the subject line. This avoids the need to examine the daily spam digest or inspect the quarantine, and enables the recipient to identify a false-positive immediately.
  • Quarantine
    Spam can be delivered to a web-based quarantine folder for periodic inspection by the intended recipient.
  • Daily spam digest
    Users may elect to receive a daily summary of new mail diverted to their quarantine folder. The summary includes the sender, subject line, date and time, and contains links to either release a message to one's inbox, or release the message and add the sender to the allow list so that future mail from the sender will be delivered directly to the recipient's inbox.

Reflexion's antispam and email security service provides the configurability that IT solution providers need to address a wide range of customer requirements, with the automation and simplicity that end users love.

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