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qmailAn SMTP-based message transfer agent (MTA) that runs under all variants of Unix and is compatible with sendmail. Noted for its reliability and security, by 2001, more than 700,000 qmail servers were running on the Internet (second only to sendmail). See sendmail and messaging system.
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In introducing Unix-based mail systems, Levine notes that qmail
has quietly become one of the most widely used Internet applications since its release in 1998.
Security solutions provider BitDefender has announced the launch of its latest gateway security solutions designed for Linux mailservers starting with its new BitDefender for qmail
The latest version is, according to Kaspersky, the world's first anti-virus system to integrate with the Sendmail and Qmail
e-mail gateways, enabling the system to perform constant anti-virus filtration for both incoming and outgoing e-mails and to promptly repulse all intrusion of malicious programs through e-mail.