Vircom Inc., a Montreal-based anti-spam vendor, has released its Modus 4.7 e-mail security software.

It includes integration with PGP Corp.’s Universal Gateway andincludes white lists, which the vendor claims will send replies tousers’ inboxes without delay.

Also new to version 4.7 is bounced address tag validation, whichlets administrators determine which bounces are legitimate, and if not,how they are handled. The intent is to prevent infinite spam loops.

The sieve scripting engine is designed to handle spam in foreign languages by recognizing UTF-8 characters.

A trial version of modus 4.7 can be downloaded from this link.

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