What about MS-Exchange, it provides all those facilities ?
Good point! Two reasons it skipped my mind:
1. My ISP uses MS Exchange 5 as a POP server.
- It's down as much as it is up. I'm not sure if
the problem is MS Exchange 5 or the NT4 Name
Server. Anyhow, it's down a lot.
2. In Australia (at lease) the licencing cost of MS
Exchange is very expensive(!) compared to
similar (?) packages. For example:
MS Exchange Server 5 (5 clients) $A1479.00
MS Exchange Server 5 (10 clients) $A1969.00
MS Exchange Server 5 (25 clients) $A3249.00
WorldMail (10 clients) Approx. $A255.00
WorldMail (25 clients) Approx. $A427.00
WorldMail (500 clients) Approx. $A2678.00
Rockliffe - SiteMail (10 clients) $A135.00
Rockliffe - SiteMail (500 clients) $A564.00
Rockliffe - SiteMail (Unlimited clients) $A993.00
We use Exchange Server 4 (which does not support POP3) on our
internal server. It works very well and is readable.
I have not used any of the packages listed above. Maybe, MS Exchange
is a better package, but there's a lot in the price.