Sendmail provides message processing appliances, applications, and services that enable enterprises to modernize their messaging infrastructures resulting in optimal email systems and lowered operating costs. Since 1982, thousands of customers around the globe have relied on Sendmail open source and commercial products for intelligent email backbones that solve the complex problems of policy-based message handling and routing between email systems such as Microsoft Exchange or IBM Lotus Notes and the Internet.
The award-winning Sentrion Message Processors provide enterprises with a core messaging platform available in hard appliance, virtual appliance, and blade server configurations that can be customized with add-on applications available from the Sentrion App Store. Sentrion Message Processors and applications address the challenges of gateway management, inbound threat protection, outbound data leak prevention, full email content scanning for regulatory compliance, and intra-company message management all on a single, yet powerful, messaging infrastructure platform. Sendmail is headquartered in Emeryville, CA with sales and support offices throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia.
26 Years of Sendmail History
Many companies claim to be the market leaders, but only Sendmail can say, <strong>“We created the market.”</strong> That was over twenty-five years ago. With the advent of the sendmail Open Source Mail Transfer Agent (MTA), Internet mail and a new era of global messaging were made possible.
Created by Sendmail founder and Chief Science Officer, Eric Allman, the sendmail Open Source MTA is the most widely used email technology on the Internet. Today its Open Source and commercial versions are found on over 35 percent of all Internet servers, and deliver over 65 percent of the email messages sent worldwide.
Allman recognized the growing challenges of security and manageability in a connected world in 1998, when he founded today’s Sendmail to expand on this Open Source foundation with the goal to solve the Internet’s most pressing challenge—trusted email communications.