The MailMessenger™ Email Server for Windows is a comprehensive, secure, standards compliant messaging solution. This high performance, multi-threaded email server for Windows XP/2003/Vista is the ideal email solution for your business! The MailMessenger™ Email Server is extremely easy to install and configure. To find out for yourself, download it now and try it free for 30 days!
Easy to Use, Easy to Install, Easy to Migrate too
With the help of our first time wizard, the MailMessenger™ Email Server can be installed and configured in under 10 minutes. The Email Server Administrator gives you full, easy access to all of the server's powerful features. You never have to edit raw configuration files. Unlike many of our competitors, our Email Server Administrator allows you to view and manage all email on the server. Migrating from a competitor? You can configure the IMAP and POP3 servers to create user accounts on first connection by the client software.
Email Server - Administrator
The MailMessenger™ Email Server Administrator is used to configure and monitor the MailMessenger™ Email Server application. This application allows you to view the email server's status and log information, configure the server's settings and properties, and to create and maintain new domains and mailboxes. It also allows you to manage email messages. The easy to use email server administrator application supports:
Mailbox Maintenance View
- Email Server Status and Logging Events View
- The addition, maintenance and deletion of mailboxes and domains
- The maintenance and deletion of email messages
- The complete configuration of the email server's many options
Email Server - Server
The Server handles the receiving, processing, routing and the delivery of email both locally and to the Internet. The email server runs as a system service.
Supports Open Internet Standards
The MailMessenger™ Email Server supports the open Internet Standards for the transfer of electronic mail using SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), POP3 (Post Office Protocol) and the IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol).
Multiple POP3 / SMTP and IMAP Servers
The MailMessenger™ Email Server allows for multiple POP3, SMTP and IMAP servers to be run on one machine, each bound to its own IP address.
IMAP can be used to manipulate email on the mail server, by remote clients. This allows remote users to access their email from many different clients, located in different locations, without the need to download the email. Our IMAP implementation supports the use of public folders for email collaboration.
POP3 is the standard protocol used by email clients to retrieve their email from the email server.
SMTP is the industry standard way to send email to the email server and from email server to email server.
Secure Socket Support
TLS/SSL Secure sockets can be configured for all the server types.
The MailMessenger™ Email Server provides numerous Anti-Spam features. Email can also be filtered based on sender and character set, and content filtering rules. The SMTP server supports the use of Real-time Blacklists (SpamCop, and others) and the SpamPain(tm) Realtime Antispam Blackhole List. It also can utilize Sender Policy Framework and other methods to stop spam at the source. Spam Quarantine Folders and Spam Quarantine email digests allow further Spam management options.
The MailMessenger™ Email Server supports supports the use of third-party anti-virus tools.
Corporate Policy Rules
The MailMessanger™ Email Server supports Rules for email content filtering, management and Corporate Policy enforcement. Rules can filter email, generate auto-replies, attach global signatures, run external programs, restrict attachments, redirect email and provide other advanced applications.
Multiple Mailbox Types
The MailMessenger™ Email Server supports several advanced mailbox types. These advanced types allow for the automatic handling of electronic messages. Supported types include:
- User Mailboxes - For POP3 and IMAP mail pickup from the server.
- Alias Mailboxes - For the redirection of a email from one mailbox to another.
- Forward Mailboxes - For the forwarding of mail to local or remote mailboxes.
- Group Mailboxes - For the representation of several mailboxes as a single one.
- Mailing Lists Mailboxes - For the automatic delivery of e-mail messages to multiple recipients.
- Relay Mailboxes - For the relaying of mail to specific servers using SMTP.
Multiple Folder Types
The MailMessenger™ Email Server supports several email folder types. These email folders can be accessed via IMAP to provide collaboration solutions. Supported types include:
- Public Folders - Access controlled, public email folders.
- Spam Quarantine Folders - Used by the server to quarantine suspected spam. These folders can be managed via IMAP or Spam Quarantine Digest emails. Spam Quarantine Digests allow the recipient to release quarantined emails, whitelist the senders, or report the email as spam, for further analysis by SpamAssassin(tm).
- Private Folders - Email folders with access restricted to the owner.
Multiple Domain Support
The MailMessenger™ Email Server supports numerous domain names hosted on the same server. "True", "Virtual" and "Alias" Domains are all supported via routing or configuration options. "Virtual" domains can all be set up for the same IP address, or "True" domains can each have their own IP. "Alias" domains route all email to another domain.
Email Pickup Options
The MailMessenger™ Email Server includes the ability to pickup email from other servers using POP3 Pickup or SMTP Store and Forward. The POP3 Pickup feature of the MailMessenger™ Email Server will allow you to retrieve mail from one or more remote POP3 accounts. Retrieved mail can then be delivered to a single mailbox, or routed to multiple local mailboxes. If your ISP stores your email on their server until you connect, you can use the SMTP Store and Forward features to retrieve your email. You can also import RFC822 email directly from a folder located on your computer. This email will then be routed to the correct recipient using the To: and CC: header lines.
Internet Connection Support
The MailMessenger™ Email Server supports Dialup RAS (Remote Access Services) and Network connections to the Internet.
Advanced MX Record Handling
Using DNS supplied MX records, MailMessenger™ Email Server can deliver your email directly to the recipients mail server.