Subject to Partner’s compliance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement and solely in connection with marketing promotion and provision of Hosted Services, Spambrella grants to Partner a non-exclusive, non-transferable license to select either:
(1) to use the Marks; or
(2) remove the Marks from the user interface and Documentation and rebrand the Hosted Service under Partner owned marks.
In the event Partner elects to use the Spambrella Mark, any such use of a Mark by Partner must correctly attribute ownership of such Mark to Spambrella or its suppliers and licensors and must be in accordance with applicable law and Spambrella’s then current Mark usage guidelines.
Upon Spambrella’s request, Partner’s advertising, marketing or promotional materials in which a Mark is used will be submitted to Spambrella for its prior written approval, which shall not be unreasonably withheld.
In the event Partner elects not to use the Mark, Partner may not remove or obscure any Marks in the source code of the Spambrella Products.
Partner acknowledges and agrees that Spambrella owns the Marks and that any and all goodwill and other proprietary rights that are created by or that result from Partner’s use of a Mark hereunder inure solely to the benefit of Spambrella.
Partner will at no time apply to register any Mark, trade name or other designation that is confusingly similar to any Mark, regardless of whether Partner chooses not to use Spambrella Marks.
Partner shall promptly advise Spambrella of any other Mark infringing any of the Spambrella Marks.
Upon any termination or expiration of this Agreement, Partner will have no further right to use any Mark associated to Spambrella.
Partner acknowledges and agrees that the Spambrella Services, and all software programs embodied in the Spambrella Services, Documentation, any work product and all copyright, patent, trade secret and other proprietary rights therein and thereto shall vest at all times in and are and will remain the sole and exclusive property of Spambrella and its suppliers or licensors, as applicable.
Spambrella reserves the right to market the Spambrella Products, directly or indirectly, to any end user or customer worldwide, including through distribution channels, including distributors, original equipment manufacturers, resellers, and dealers.
Partner acknowledges that Spambrella will provide the Documentation to Partner in the English language. Partner may, with Spambrella’s prior written consent, translate such Documentation into the local language(s) within the Territory for the Hosted Services Customers. Partner may, upon approval by Spambrella, which shall not be unreasonably withheld, use a third party to perform such translations, provided that such third party is bound by non-disclosure obligations which are at least as protective of Spambrella’s rights in the Documentation as provided in this Agreement.
If Partner translates Spambrella Documentation, Partner acknowledges that Spambrella retains all right, title and interest in all such translated Documentation. In addition, at Spambrella’s request, Partner agrees to promptly provide, at no cost, to Spambrella Documentation translated pursuant to this Section 2.7 and Partner agrees to cease use of translated versions of the Documentation if in Spambrella’s reasonable judgment such translations are not accurate translations of the Documentation provided by Spambrella to Partner. Resellers may not translate, localize or internationalise Documentation.
Robust, versatile, and reliable...
The reliability of the service and the level of protection that it provides. My spam levels immediately dropped to near zero.
There are almost no false positives. And I'm easily able to customize the level of protection with whitelists, blacklists, and sensitivity settings. I'm also a big fan of the antivirus and URL scanning features.
Easy to onboard my customers from another spam filtering system. Very fast and haven't had any downtime in the 9 months since I have moved to Spambrella. When I have had to use support, responses where quick. I had to move all my customers from another filtering system with little notice. After I moved my customers I realised how bad the old solution I used was. Contact with Sales and Support always been professional
The service is great at filtering bad email as well as junk email out while allowing clean email though. I have used a few other options over the years and this is the best I have found. Clients sometimes have trouble configuring their settings to how they want it to be. Or tag emails as approved when they shouldn't and need IT interaction to resolve. Maybe just ease of use or having a more clear way for clients to resolve basics on their own.
Used the software for: 2+ years - 5/5 Overall
With an ever overloaded department, and with cybersecurity skills shortage getting worse securing the I.T infrastructure.
Offloading the task of e-mail filtering to Spambrella has dramatically helped in the department's performance. The only drawback in our case is that the service is hosted outside of our territory and thus out of the legal jurisdiction.
I found spambrella to be easy to set up and has dramatically reduced the number of spam emails hitting our inboxes. It was easy to 'train' the software to release any genuine emails that were caught or add any spam that was not picked up.
Within a couple of weeks of use virtually no spam arrived to our mailboxes. Spam and phishing emails are a growing problem for everyone I'm sure. I now get a very low incidence of spam.
It doesn't require an arcane knowledge to set the Spam filtering up, the guides are straight to the point and support staff are very helpful. Functionality wise, in short: we do not get spammed. Thanks to Spambrella.
Archiving wise, the new solution is easy to use, searches well and fast and is by far the cheapest we could find at the time. Ten year retention rocks!
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