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anything other than exchange server

By pjsinclair ·
Dear All
We have 40 members of staff each with there own computer and each with an e-mail account using exchange server.
Is there a way to receive e-mails to individual members of staff other than using Exchange server
Many thanks

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by carlos.nino In reply to anything other than excha ...

Sure, you've got Linux with sendmail. It's fast, reliable, and free! ;-)

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to anything other than excha ...

check out 602Pro LAN Suite 2003:

This is a secure mail server with antivirus and antispam, and a built-in firewall and proxy for controlled Internet sharing. The standards-based SSL SMTP/POP3 e-mail server provides secure encrypted communication. Antispam is provided by DNSbl service and a blacklist. It includes a Web mail client with WAP support. An integrated fax server provides unified access to faxes and e-mail. Secure your network with the built-in packet filter, and use the HTTP and SOCKS proxy with cache for Internet sharing. Manage IP addresses with the included DHCP server. The integrated Web server provides access to the Web mail client, remote administration, and user home pages. SSL, ISAPI, CGI, and FastCGI support is available.
New enhancements in version 2003 are a firewall with logging, support for Windows Server 2003, built-in BitDefender Antivirus, and separate IP filters configurable for the proxy, SMTP, WWW, and remote administration services.

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by uffe.sommerlund In reply to anything other than excha ...

like the nice guy told you Linux its (Free)

or you could try download the SME Server from: you can find the download here:

this is a fully server (file&print, Domain Controller, http, ftp, SMTP + a lot of nice features), remotely manageable no 3rd party software, VPN connections, Internet Gateway.

do remember when downloading this server to get the white papers if you do not have experience in Unix, linux check the SMB.conf file setup + SAMBA

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