alligate

alligate

(ˈælɪˌɡeɪt)
vb (tr)
to connect or join (a thing) to something else
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e se io le leggi ed i canoni che si allegavano voleva cercarli e riscontrargli nel Corpo del ius civile o canonico, o non le trovava affatto, o pure le ravvisava tutte mal a proposito alligate, guaste e non intese: cio che mi dava indizio che il mio maestro erasi poggiato su l'altrui fede, non ch'egli l'avesse mai lette ed osservate.
It also publishes Alligate, an ISP level AntiSpam SMTP gateway product, CYBERsitter AntiSpam, a desktop AntiSpam product, as well as MXRate, a blacklist system service similar to SORBS.
One of the features of Alligate is that it automatically provides real-time reports to Solid Oak's main servers on remote incoming message activity.
publishers of Alligate, a powerful anti-spam e-mail gateway product.
Alligate works by acting as a gateway that accepts and analyzes all incoming e-mail before it is forwarded to the real e-mail server.
Alligate can reduce SMTP bandwidth requirements by 40% or more.
In addition to Alligate, Solid Oak also publishes CYBERsitter, an award-winning Web filter with over 3,000,000 current users.
Alligate is a complete stand-alone, Windows-based SMTP Gateway server.
has announced the release of its latest product, Alligate, a full featured anti-spam gateway server for Windows platforms.
After more than 6 years of research into spam detection and prevention, Alligate integrates numerous state-of-the-art anti-spam techniques that effectively eliminate over 98% of unsolicited and adult-oriented email.
In addition to highly advanced context sensitive content recognition, Alligate employs a proprietary method called Adaptive Heuristics to analyze the construction of each message for unusual fingerprints.
To discourage this, Alligate maintains local databases of repeat spammers, and integrates an advanced version of a technique known as "tarpitting.