Re: IPswitch

John Lange ( (no email) )
Wed, 21 May 1997 11:11:59 -0500


We have been using IPSwitch iMail for some time now and have hade VERY FEW
problems. With 600 eMail address and 3 small lists, it is running under NT
on a p75 64MB ram, and sharring CPU with Netscape Fasttrack & DNS with
average CPU Time about 30%.

Perviously we ran Netscape mail 2.01 and had a terrible time. iMail solved
most of our problems.

Version 4 is to have imap4 and many other valuable options including
anti-spam capabilities. We will be upgrading our v3.04 to 4 as soon as it
has been out for a few months.

They claim that with a dual ppro 200 and a ton of ram that it will will
handle 240,000 messages a day, so for the average isp and a semi decent
system, it should do great.

I am very happy with iMail. The only improvment I have asked for is a
better way to find & maintain the user base & sql (Emerald) integration.

JOhn :}

John C. Lange, Sr. PALACE dot NET, INC. MICRO-TECH Computers!
608.742.1601 & 6980 2800 New Pinery Road, Suite 10 Portage, WI 53901

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> From: Bobby Tompkins <>
> To:
> Subject: IPswitch
> Date: Wednesday, May 21, 1997 10:33 AM
> We are currently considering the IPswitch email system to run on NT 4.0.

> Does anyone have any comments or experiences they could take time to
> about this product?
> Thanks in advance
> Bobby Tompkins
> QWIS, Inc.
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