AXIGEN Mail Server for Linux 7.4


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AXIGEN Mail Server for Linux is a free trial software application from the Mail Servers subcategory, part of the Servers category. The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2010-04-20. The program can be installed on Linux, Unix.

AXIGEN Mail Server is a powerful and secure messaging solution available for Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, Slackware, Fedora etc), BSD and Solaris platforms. Main services: (E)SMTP, POP3, IMAP, WebMail access from PCs and mobile phones, integrated List Server, synchronization with mobile devices, centralized Web/CLI admin.

New, AJAX-based WebMail interface:
-Advanced navigation (keyboard navigation, drag-and-drop, dynamic loading / caching, "live" email list view);
-Attachment management, frequent folders
-External application integration (SOAP access to mailbox data, advertising capabilities)

Push Email PIM Synchronization with mobile devices:
-via ActiveSync connector (Nokia Symbian, iPhone, Windows Mobile etc)
-via the NotifySync client (BlackBerry smart phones)

Other time management mobility features:
-WebMail access from PCs mobile phones
-Personal Organizer (Calendar, Tasks, Notes, Journal)
-iCal (WebCal) access to Calendar Tasks
-Address Book (personal, public, domain)
-HTML composer, Rules filters (Outlook-like)
-RPOP, temporary email addresses

Advanced groupware:
-Shared folders permissions
-Public Folders, Free / Busy
-Improved Outlook Connector (online/Offline mode, per-folder synchronization levels)

Powerful technology:
-Web Administration Automated Operations (CLI)
-Account Classes
-Charts statistics
-Single storage of emails sent to multiple recipients
-FTP Backup Restore
-Automatic migration tools
-Clustering support, Delegated Administration

Advanced security:
-Multiple AntiVirus AntiSpam filtering
-Anti-impersonation Password Enforcement Policies
-Whitelisting, Blacklisting Greylisting
-Encryption Authentication
-SPF DomainKeys compliance

LDAP Active Directory synchronization:
-LDAP Integration (ActiveDirectory, OpenLDAP)
-2-Way synchronization
-Active Directory User Management Console

Free technical support services. Get your copy of AXIGEN 7.4 Beta now!

AXIGEN Mail Server for Linux (version 7.4) has a file size of 30.06 MB and is available for download from our website. Just click the green Download button above to start. Until now the program was downloaded 471 times. We already checked that the download link to be safe, however for your own protection we recommend that you scan the downloaded software with your antivirus.

Program Details



General

 
Publisher GECAD TECHNOLOGIES
Released Date 2010-04-20
Languages English

Category

 
Category Servers
Subcategory Mail Servers

System requirements

 
Operating systems linux, other, unix

Download information

 
File size 30.06 MB
Total downloads 471

Pricing

 
License model Free Trial
Price N/A

Version History



Here you can find the changelog of AXIGEN Mail Server for Linux since it was posted on our website on 2015-04-24. The latest version is 7.4 and it was updated on soft112.com on 2017-02-20. See below the changes in each version:

version 7.4 Beta

posted on 2010-04-20

Increased usability (e.g. email filters in Ajax WebMail, Free / Busy enhancements) and security (Greylisting, password expiry notifications in Outlook), and many more.

version 6.1 Beta

posted on 2008-05-05

Mobile WebMail Interface; GeoIP Filtering; more configuration scenarios for routing settings; Improved interoperability with some antivirus products; -r switch added for compatibility with nail; Commas allowed when setting the administrator password; Html code removed form address book






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Release Date: 2010-04-20
Publisher: GECAD TECHNOLOGIES
Operating System: linux, other, unix