IMail Server is an electronic mail server system that is based on Internet standards and runs on Microsoft Windows NT/2000. IMail Server provides Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) for sending and receiving mail over the Internet or over an internal TCP/IP network.
IMail Server supports any mail client that uses the Post Office Protocol, Version 3 (POP3) or Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP4). Web Messaging lets users access their mail from any web browser; they do not need to have a mail client. Additionally, users can now use Web Calendaring to store schedules, set appointments, and receiving date reminder information all in one location.
IMail Server is self-monitoring - a monitor server lets you monitor SMTP, POP3, IMAP4 and other services, receive notification when a service is down, and automatically restart the service. IMail Server also includes a list server for creating and managing mail discussion groups, as well as servers for LDAP, Finger, and Whois information.
The Web Administration capability of the Monitor server lets the system administrator monitor the IMail Server system using a web browser on any remote system and perform system maintenance functions. It also allows users to change their user settings from a web browser.
The Mail to Pager/Beeper capability can forward messages to a pager, or notify you by beeper that mail has arrived.
As an option, you can purchase a Mail to Fax add-on. For more information, see "Optional Capabilities".