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A Complete, advanced Mail Server, SurgeMail is secure, easy to install and manage. This email server is fast, reliable and feature rich, with integrated WebMail. Users can create and manage blogs. Advanced spam filtering, enhanced SPF stops most spam early. Runs on platform of choice (Windows, Linux, Solaris) and supports all relevant RFC protocols POP3, SMTP, IMAP4, LDAP, HTTP, TLS/SSL. Highly scalable, 10 to unlimited users, unlimited domains.
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