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OnlyMyEmail Receives Highest Score Ever in the Virus Bulletin Spam Challenge

May 12, 2011

For the fourth time in a row, OnlyMyEmail’s MX-Defender stopped more spam than any of the other 19 competitors, missing only 2 spam messages out of 72,008 for a record spam filtering capture rate of 99.9972%.

Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) May 11, 2011

The results from OnlyMyEmail’s fourth participation in the Virus Bulletin VBSpam Challenge have been released.

For the fourth time in a row, OnlyMyEmail’s MX-Defender stopped more spam than any of the other 19 competitors, missing only 2 spam messages out of 72,008 for a record spam filtering capture rate of 99.9972%. This phenomenal capture rate, combined with zero false-positives, earned OnlyMyEmail’s MX-Defender the highest score ever awarded since the Virus Bulletin Spam Challenge began testing two years ago.

By comparison, the next best capture rate was Libra Esva which missed 40 spam messages, representing a false-negative rate of over 2,000% worse than OnlyMyEmail’s MX-Defender. The average “false-negative” rate among the other 18 filtering systems was a whopping 352 missed spam messages and the median was 169.

The results from Virus Bulletin’s VBSpam Challenge once again independently proves that OnlyMyEmail’s MX-Defender is decisively superior to any other spam defense available today, including not only Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions but also hardware and software solutions as well.

In all, OnlyMyEmail accurately stopped far more spam than all of these other competing solutions: Anubis, BitDefender, Eleven, FortiMail, GFI Mail Essentials, Halon Mail Security, Kaspersky, Libra Esva, McAfee Email Gateway, McAfee EWS, Sophos, SPAMfighter, SpamTitan, Symantec Messaging Gateway, The Email Laundry, Vade Retro, Vamsoft ORF, and Spamhaus.

OnlyMyEmail, Inc provides Software as a Service (SaaS) hosted spam filtering as well as offering business class email hosting services.

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