LCN.COM Launches Free Email Security System

August 26, 2009 by  

Web Host ServicesLondon, UK – Leading domain registration and web hosting company, has today announced the launch of a state-of-the-art email security and protection system called MailGuard. This anti-spam and virus protection solution will be added to all new hosting packages at no cost.

Customers can access and customise their spam threshold settings and apply advanced permissions from within their account control panel, significantly reducing spam and eliminating potential viruses from reaching their inbox.

More than 97 per cent of emails sent over the net are unsolicited or junk email, leading to huge amounts of time wasted by individuals clearing unwanted and irrelevant messages out of their inbox every day.

Mark Boost, Managing Director, said: “Email spam is a frustrating and distracting occurrence that has a considerable impact on productivity within the office. MailGuard vastly reduces the amount of spam you receive, letting you focus your attention on the emails you want, and giving you back the time you used to spend sorting through spam yourself.

“Unlike companies which are charging a high annual subscription for lesser email protection systems, we have decided to offer this product for free on our web hosting packages. By listening to our customers’ feedback and requests we have attempted to give them the tools to grow their businesses with more productively than ever before.”

The MailGuard solution works by scanning all incoming email sent to a users account. Emails which have been identified as spam or containing potential viruses remain in a quarantined area for 30 days. Users can access and view captured emails through a secure area online. Emails which have not been flagged as spam or containing any potential viruses are passed directly to the users account.

About has been providing world class web hosting since 2000 and are one of the largest UK web hosting companies with 180,000 current customers and over 350,000 sites hosted.

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