GMX (Global Mail Exchange) is a major branch of United Internet, a listed company, and one of the world's most successful email providers. With its innovative webmail system, GMX provides solutions for home users, as well as small and mid-size enterprises. Because GMX Mail is web-based, it's accessible from any computer connected to the Internet. Its features and convenience rival those of traditional client-based software that require installation on your computer.
In addition, GMX Mail supports POP3, IMAP and SMTP protocols, as well as mobile device integration.GMX's professional virus protection is based on a leading provider's scan engine. It locates viruses, worms, and Trojans, even in compressed file formats. GMX mailboxes are protected from spam with seven anti-spam modules, resulting in 98% less unwanted mail. GMX is secure and reliable, protecting its users from malware and spam with a guaranteed webmail accessibility of over 99%.GMX guarantees optimum performance with data centers located in Europe and the United States. In early 2008, GMX unveiled a new, high-tech data center in Lenexa, Kansas to cater specifically to our US customers.GMX respects our customers' privacy and does not transfer any data to third party companies.The United Internet Group was founded in 1988. Together with its branches 1&1 and Fasthosts, the Group offers the largest global web hosting service. The United Internet Group (listed on the stock exchange: ISIN DE0005089031) has a market capitalization of over 2 billion USD. The Group has over 4,500 employees at locations in America, Europe and Asia. United Internet's high speed data centers manage more than 10 million domains. The Group's data centers set extremely high standards worldwide with 55,000 hosted servers and a monthly transfer volume of 4,000 terabytes as well as over 5 billion emails. GMX maintains more than 13 million active email accounts.