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|"After working with the Mailfoundry systems and support staff even
on off hours on holidays, we have had FAR better experiences than
we did with the Barracuda systems."
- Charles G.
|May 21 - 12:44 amToday we shipped a MailFoundry appliance to Ocala, Florida. So, why, you ask yourself, did we post a photo of a really big hammock? Did you know that Ocala means "Big Hammock" the Timucua language? Well, now you do.
May 15 - 12:10 amMicrosoft is reading your private Skype messages AND also trapping https/URL's with login information *AND* then making use of said information.
Skype with care - Microsoft is reading everything you write - The H Security: News and Features
If you thought Skype messaging was private, think again. The H's associates at heise Security have discovered that Skype/Microsoft analyses all data sent using the service
May 8 - 12:31 amYesterday we shipped to Australia, today we're racking a dedicated MailFoundry hosted appliance in our data center for another cobber in Melbourne, Australia. In honor of all this Australian action, the entire MailFoundry team will speak in Australian today. (this should be entertaining)
May 7 - 1:29 pmG'day mate! Today we shipped some MailFoundry protection down to Australia. No knife needed.
May 6 - 12:48 amMonday morning breaks with a MailFoundry delivery in the mile high city!
May 3 - 4:43 amAt MailFoundry HQ this morning, we got an email auto-responder that a customer's office was closed today for their "Annual Ferris Bueller's Day Off" day. We approve and are plotting a way to adopt such a day here. ;-)
May 3 - 12:27 amIt appears that the Google engineers missed something on Glass...
Google Glass hackers can see what you see, hear what you hear
Thanks to a glaringly obvious security flaw in the futuristic Google Glass wearable computer, a hacker could within minutes take control of the device -- seeing what you look at, hearing what you hear, experiencing life through your senses.
Apr 29 - 7:58 amBusted!
Man arrested for biggest cyberattack in Internet history
A Dutch citizen arrested in northeast Spain on suspicion of launching what is described as the biggest cyberattack in Internet history operated from a bunker and had a van capable of hacking into networks anywhere in the country, officials said Sunday.
Apr 19 - 2:25 amWe'd like to take time this Friday to highlight a MailFoundry customer who does great things all around the globe : Hope Worldwide.
Bringing hope. Changing lives. - HOPE worldwide
HOPE worldwide's home page offers a portal to its global programs. Programs include vocational education to the poor, abstinence education and mentorship for youth, disaster relief, AIDS and HIV relief, volunteer opportunities and other programs.
Apr 18 - 2:07 amThere once was a server named Mailfoundry
who filtered spam until it was in a quandary.
It somehow had failed
but nobody flailed,
because another was sent from the foundry.
Servers break, bad things happen. But no worries when you have instant replacement support! We'll send out a replacement appliance immediately to get you back up and running ASAP.
In this case, if you haven't guessed already, we're shipping a replacement unit to Limerick, Ireland. No fear Ireland - we got your back. (but you can blame our boss for the bad limerick) ;-)