Re: Recommend NT mail server

Jonathan D. Manz ( (no email) )
Wed, 18 Feb 1998 11:18:30 -0700

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Try IPSwitch's IMail for NT. It supports multiple domains and can be
linked to the NT database. It also supports anti-spam (i.e. you can tell
it not to act as a relay server.)


Kendrick Myatt wrote:

> >
> >Can anyone recommend a POP3 mail server that supports multiple
> domains?
> > There will be low a number of users but a requirement for many
> domains
> >so products like NTMail become expensive. Any good experiences out
> >there?
> #################
> I have been using Seattle Labs' SLmail Server for NT for years,
> and have been very satisfied with it overall, especially since v2.6
> came out with the anti-spam features. For one low price you get
> unlimited accounts, mailing lists, virtual domains, etc. Their
> support is great, though I haven't had to use it much :) You can get
> more info & a free trial at
> Regards,
> Kendrick
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> NTISP Mailing List

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