Re: Mail server software
firstname.lastname@example.org ( (no email) )
Tue, 20 Oct 1998 09:08:17 -0500
We went over 4000 e-mail accounts quite a while back. We have an 8000 user
licence, and that should last us for another year or so.
My only big gripe about Software.Com is that they seem to treat ISP's as
an afterthought and you have to pester them for their ISP pricing. Their
corporate pricing jumps big time when you get over hundred or so users. One
other ironic thing about Post.Office is their lack of a list-serv for
customer support. I think it's strange that a company that sells mail
servers with built -in list servers refuses to implement a support list of
their own. I find mailing lists (like this one) much more useful then the
documentation that comes with the software. I guess it encourages people to
pay for the support contracts instead of getting help from some other user.
At 09:15 AM 10/20/98 -0400, you wrote:
> Have you tried it with more than 4000 users?
>> It may cost a mint but Post.Office by Software.Com is a great mail server
>> for NT. We have been running it for over three years now with few
>> problems. It has anti-spamming and ETRN support as well.
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