For more than twenty-five years we make and offer software products for use by systems professionals, like network/e-mail administrators, systems integrators, solution providers, etc.
|DisclaimIt is a server-based message processing tool for adding disclaimers, banners and signatures to e-mail messages. It can be installed and used in an MS Exchange Server 2013/2016/2019 environment.|
|DkimX is an add-on for MS Exchange Server 2013/2016/2019 which supports DKIM-signing of outgoing messages and verification of incoming messages by using the following message authentication mechanisms: SPF, DKIM, DMARC.|
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SL4NT is an application which implements a syslog daemon. The purpose of a syslog daemon is to listen for incoming syslog messages from syslog senders - like Unix hosts, routers, firewalls, etc. - and then decode and process the messages for logging and notification purposes.
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Our trialware products (DisclaimIt and DkimX) are distributed as fully functional but time limited evaluation versions. After purchasing a license, you receive your license data. By applying the license data to your evaluation version, you turn it into an unlimited one.
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