Marlink Launches at Seamail online

The global provider of maritime satellite communications has introduced a new Value Added Service to its @SEAmail product family. The new @SEAmailOnline service is a web-based tool that enables shore-based email administrators to effectively manage fleet email communications from any Internet connection, providing ship operators with increased security and cost control.

Designed for use with MSS satellite communications systems including Inmarsat FleetBroadband, Iridium OpenPort and Thuraya, Marlink's new @SEAmailOnline can be accessed remotely by system administrators to monitor and manage email traffic. The @SEAmailOnline service provides increased control over the type of emails transmitted to and from the vessel.

Administrators are able to apply filters, also known as white and black lists, for originators and destinations of emails. File size limits for varying categories of users can also be set, providing increased control of email usage and reducing costs. Additionally, email blockages caused by emails exceeding file size or content limitations can be identified more quickly, minimising disruption to the vessel's email communication system.

"@SEAmailOnline enables email administrators to login remotely to the fleet's onboard @SEAmail system to set email content filters and limit file sizes, providing a more cost-effective use of the ship operator's email communications system. Additionally, the use of a virtual, web-based hub is a cost-effective alternative to ship operators managing their own email hub, which is typically very demanding and requires dedicated staff to operate the system 24/7," comments Chris Henny, Senior Project Manager, Marlink.

@SEAmailOnline is the latest addition to the @SEAmail product family which provides full email, fax and telex for remote users at sea and on land. Marlink's comprehensive portfolio incorporates an extensive range of satellite communications services ranging from on-demand services such as Inmarsat FleetBroadband, Iridium OpenPort and Thuraya to its own multi-regional and global Ku-band and C-band maritime VSAT systems WaveCall(TM), Sealink(TM) and @SEAdirect. The company also offers a wide range of Value Added Services designed to ensure flexible solutions are available to meet the toughest customer requirement. For further information please visit marlink.com.

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