MIMEsweeper version 3.0 has been launched by Integralis.
MIMEsweeper is a program that claims to "protect network users from threats buried in Internet data" and "minimises productivity loss through inappropriate use of the web."
Not only does this program handle mime-encoded messages, but it will also scan them for viruses and provide users with a range of content management utilities to keep everything tidy. Its scanning capability allows users to check web sites for infection and allows IT managers to block URLs that are "unsuitable" for corporate use.
MIMEsweeper is available from Integralis on 01734 306060.
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