(The Hosting News) – Dutch web host, Rootnet, has implemented SpamExperts Incoming and Outgoing filters in their High Availability Cloud. The Incoming Filter has significantly helped lower the amount of spam received and has saved Rootnet time and money. As fewer resources are lost through manual adjustments of the filter, the team can now focus on bringing more value-added service to their end-customers. Since implementation, the in-house engineers have to deal with far less delistings and the time spent cleaning up spam has significantly reduced.
“We use SpamExperts to filter incoming and outgoing mail traffic to cloud servers used by our customers. We want to give them the right tools to provide the best mail experience for their users. At first, we used SpamExperts on a small basis to benchmark the performance, but now we want to share that experience with all our cloud server customers. SpamExperts gives our cloud server customers the best email experience!” explained Colin du Croix, CEO.
“We have always been driven by the promise to enable webhosting providers to professionally safeguard their customers’ inboxes from spam and viruses (incoming filter) and protect their IP reputation (outgoing filter). As a result, clients such as Rootnet are able to run infrastructures that are simple, flexible, open and efficient,” said Sam Renkema, SpamExperts CEO.
A full list of SpamExperts Hosting Partners in Europe can be found here.
Rootnet brings managed cloud hosting to the next level with 24/7 monitoring and full support. Their solutions are used by webhosting and media companies so that their services can be further extended to their customers.
For more information, please visit their website.
SpamExperts solutions are tailored to (shared) webhosts, 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