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Reduplicator v1.0.0b02 Released by Deep Sky Technologies, Inc.

EIMS Filter for Archiving Email Using Custom Rules

Vero Beach, FL - Friday, October 29th, 2004: Deep Sky Technologies, Inc., today announced the release of Reduplicator v1.0.0b02 for Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X. Reduplicator is an EIMS filter for archiving email using custom rules and criteria. This first fully public beta release of Reduplicator is open to all owners of EIMS and EIMS X and is available for use through the month of November, 2004.

Reduplicator allows EIMS administrators to archive email based on criteria they control. Email can be archived based on who it is coming from, who it is going to, what IP address it is coming from, and the use of authentication. Archiving location can also be customized to organize archived email by domain, username, and current date values.

Reduplicator provides functionality vital to companies and hosting providers that must fulfill HIPAA guidelines, publicly traded or health company accountability statutes, and any other situations in which the archiving and organization of email is vital. Reduplicator provides a simple means to store and keep organized only email vital to fulfill such requirements without archiving all SMTP transactions within EIMS.

Features in Reduplicator

The Reduplicator filter has the following features and options that can be easily customized for individual needs:

  • Custom rules document for determine what email to archive;
  • Rules criteria to match on:
    • MAIL FROM (wildcards supported);
    • RCPT TOs (wildcards supported);
    • remote IP address(es);
    • use of SMTP AUTH;
  • Multiple archive documents based on multiple recipients (setting);
  • Removing multiple recipients based on domain or full recipient (setting);
  • Customizable archive target directory for each rule;
  • Custom archive directories, based on any of the following (setting):
    • remote IP;
    • remote IP match value;
    • MAIL FROM username;
    • MAIL FROM domain;
    • RCPT TO username;
    • RCPT TO domain;
    • full current date;
    • current year;
    • current month;
    • current day;
  • Rule stoppage upon criteria match (setting);
  • Archive documents are standard EIMS incoming mail documents.

All of the functionality available within the Reduplicator filter is customizable to match the exact needs of the EIMS administrator. Any criteria for matching SMTP connections to archival options is available within the Reduplicator filter.

Pricing and Availability

The pricing for the different licensing options available for Reduplicator are as follows:

2 CPU License $50.00
5 CPU License $100.00
10 CPU License $200.00

Renewals for Reduplicator licenses are available at a discounted price:

2 CPU License $25.00
5 CPU License $50.00
10 CPU License $100.00

* All prices are in US dollars.

Reduplicator can be licensed directly from Deep Sky Technologies, Inc. Information about and purchases can be made online at:

     http://www.deepskytech.com/prod_eimsfilters/reduplicator/

About Deep Sky Technologies, Inc.

Based in Vero Beach, Florida, Deep Sky Technologies, Inc., provides software development, consulting, hosting, and colocation services. Founded in 1997, Deep Sky Technologies, Inc., develops and supports a wide variety of software development tools and services to aid in the creation of custom applications and web sites for the Macintosh and Windows platform. For more information, please visit our home page at http://www.deepskytech.com/.

For more information contact:

Steven G. Willis
President, Deep Sky Technologies, Inc.
sgwillis@deepskytech.com
http://www.deepskytech.com/
772.794.9494

You can also join the Deep Sky Technologies, Inc., announcement mailing list. Subscriptions can be placed online at:

     http://www.deepskytech.com/mailinglist_signup.html

All trade names referenced in this document are the trademark or registered trademark of their respective holder.

Reduplicator and Reduplicator X are copyright Deep Sky Technologies, Inc.

Macintosh, Mac OS, and Mac OS X are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.

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