Mail Server Support
With the click of a mouse button, you can send an email from one point of the globe to another in a matter of seconds. Most of us take this process for granted, giving little thought to how it actually works. It's easy to understand how standard snail-mail gets from point A to point B – but how does an email message make its way from a sender to a recipient? The answer to that question revolves around something called a mail server. You can learn more about the role that mail serves play in email delivery by reading on below.
Types of Mail Servers and Support
An easy to use Mail Server for Windows 2003, Vista, 2008 and Windows 7. Windows Mail Server is an advanced, secure and high performing mail server. With support for all standard mail protocols, including SMTP, POP3, IMAP4 and WebMail, the software can meet the needs of almost any business or home user.
Our Linux mail server has been tested for high volume transactions/day on a simple hardware and operating on the Fedora, Redhat, SentOS and Ubuntu. Our Linux Mail Server mail feature avoids the mail to run and routed through third party's server space where the data security is compromised.
We understand the impact of server and storage failure on an organisation’s operations, that’s why we have specific escalation procedures in place for storage and server maintenance. The critical nature of the server and storage environment can mean that standard manufacturers’ warranties.
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