MailEnable Standard Edition provides SMTP, POP3, IMAP and Web mail services for Windows Server 2003/2008/2012 Server systems. Its simple installation procedure and powerful administration software means that you will be up and running quickly. Included in the package are: MailEnable SMTP Service, an integrated service providing SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) for transmitting e-mail messages between servers on the Internet. Some of the features of the SMTP service are; Supports RFC 821, 974, 1869, 2554, 2821, binds to specific or all IP addresses, powerful relay options, grant or deny access for IP address ranges, pickup event so you can run scripts or executables on an e-mail SMTP authentication, allow/deny e-mail where the sender domain does not resolve, ban on a domain-to-domain basis. MailEnable POP3 Service: This service provides POP3 access to users mailboxes. Its features are: Supports RFC 1939, supports APOP secure authentication, grant or deny access for IP address ranges. List Server Service. Its features are; Moderated and unmoderated lists, add headers and footers to messages. The MailEnable administrator allows the administration and configuration of all mail services. This includes adding new hosted customers, their SMTP domains and setting up mailbox mappings for these domains. Some of the many features of the administration console are; Delete messages by age, mailbox, postoffice or globally, configure catchall, abuse and admin e-mails easily, configure redirection for e-mail addresses, import Windows users, import group members from CSV files, customizable user export, W3C Extended log file format, disable/enable users, postoffices or domains, create random passwords.
What's new in this version:
- Fix: Long subjects in webmail would not always wrap correctly
- Fix: Autologin to webmail was not using language due to introduced security checks
- Fix: Webmail was not displaying UTF8 encoded Notes for directory contacts