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At TCEA 2011, Lightspeed Systems is announcing the newest addition to its suite of solutions for K-12 schools: Campus Mail.
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At TCEA 2011, Lightspeed Systems is announcing the newest addition to its suite of solutions for K-12 schools: Campus Mail, which provides safe, monitored email accounts and file storage in the cloud.

Campus Mail relies on allow lists, standard and custom reporting, profanity interception, virus scanning, spam filtering, content scanning, and skin-tone analysis to ensure that communication remains safe. Standard reports alert IT staff to suspicious activity, uploaded files, and suspicious files. In addition, all messages are archived in compliance with eDiscovery and Federal Rules of Civil Procedure requirements.

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