Re: [NTISP] Mail Server

Carolyn Smith ( (no email) )
Fri, 29 Jan 1999 01:20:59 -0500

We use Imail by Ipswitch and have been very pleased with it. We also use
the web messaging option. It's very easy to maintain and gives you all the
fancy options as those more expensive server packages. It also have remote
administration utilities and can add users by using the Win NT sam Database.
Other features included with it are antispamming tools and system
monitoring. We checked into several other email servers, but they all
seemed to complicated. This one is very user friendly and the tech support
is great.

Clay County Internet
----- Original Message -----
From: Preston Korn <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, January 29, 1999 1:05 AM
Subject: [NTISP] Mail Server

>We've been using Seattle Labs for our mail server as well as their Emurl
>product. We bought it because they said they had web based administration.
> Come to find out it doesn't work through a dial-up connection however.
>Anyway, we've been fairly unhappy with them and their selling products
>before they're ready.
>Does anyone suggest any other mail servers? How is Ipswitch's IMAIL? Is
>anyone using this one. We are looking at this because it has the web
>version. What about the Vircom product? Anyone using this one?
>We are looking for all the standard features plus:
>Web based interface for users and administrators
>Multiple domain support with each domain using its own mailboxes
>Any input would be greatly appreciated.
>Preston Korn Jay Creek Productions
>4401 E. Butler Ave. Flagstaff, AZ 86004
>520-526-5069 520-526-5445 FAX
>Multimedia and Internet Development
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