Spam Filtering

Email Guardian


Next Level Spam Filtering

Our advanced spam filter stands as a robust tool crafted to bolster email security within your business. It utilises real-time updates to recognize and thwart spam as well as malicious #.

  • # Analysis

    Employing sophisticated algorithms to scrutinise the # of your emails, it identifies distinct patterns and keywords associated with spam or malicious material.

  • Real-Time Updates

    Our solution undergoes regular updates encompassing known spam signatures and dynamic threat patterns, ensuring its adaptability to new and emerging spam techniques in real-time.

  • Customisable Filters

    You have the capability to customize filtering rules based on your preferences, allowing for a personalized approach to either block or permit specific types of #.

  • Quarantine and Review

    The ultimate quarantine zone serves as a space where suspicious emails are held for review, empowering users to manually inspect and release legitimate emails that might have been mistakenly flagged.

  • Sender Reputation Analysis

    Ensure that emails undergo evaluation based on the reputation of their senders, considering factors such as sender history, domain reputation, and authentication mechanisms.

  • Customer Portal

    Access your secure spam filter portal, providing you with a multi-layered solution to review emails passing through the spam filter.


Protect your business from spam

Spam filtering serves as the unsung hero in safeguarding your business, as 90% of attacks commence with phishing emails. By sieving out extraneous and potentially harmful #, it enhances trust and reliability, enabling users to utilise their emails with peace of mind.

Our bespoke spam filtering solutions transcend mere decluttering – they actively shield against cyber threats, intercepting phishing scams and malware. Our proactive stance not only safeguards your users but also augments the credibility of your business. With our spam filters serving as your digital guardians, your staff can embark on a safer and more enjoyable online experience.

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Questions about Spam

What is spam email?

Spam emails are typically irrelevant or inappropriate messages sent over the internet, often to a large number of users, for the purpose of advertising, phishing, spreading malware, or engaging in other malicious activities.

How do spammers obtain email addresses?

Spammers acquire email addresses through various methods, including purchasing lists from illegal sources, harvesting them from websites, using software to generate random addresses, and exploiting security vulnerabilities. Additionally, some users unintentionally provide their email addresses to untrustworthy websites or in response to phishing attempts.

What are common signs of a spam email?

Indicators of spam emails include generic greetings, spelling and grammar errors, requests for personal information, urgent or threatening language, unexpected attachments or links, and email addresses that appear suspicious or unfamiliar. Emails from unknown senders promoting questionable products or services are also likely to be spam.

How can I protect myself from spam emails?

To safeguard yourself from spam emails, utilise a spam filter such as Geostream Email Guardian, avoid clicking on links or downloading attachments from unknown sources, refrain from sharing your email address on untrusted websites, and exercise caution when providing personal information online. Regularly update your email account security settings and employ strong, unique passwords.

What should I do if I receive a spam email?

If you receive a spam email and have an active Geostream IT support contract, refrain from replying or clicking on links or attachments. Instead, forward it to [email protected] and then delete the email. If you don’t have an active Geostream IT support contract, follow the same procedure and inform your IT provider or IT department.

Why it's important to avoid interacting with spam emails?

Engaging with spam emails can lead to various adverse consequences, including the risk of malware infection, identity theft through phishing attempts, financial scams, and potential compromise of personal information. Avoiding interaction is crucial for maintaining the security and integrity of your personal and digital identity.

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