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By NatCat ·
hi guys,

I need to purchase a mail server application to run on an NT 4 server for a business with 50 employees. I also don't have alot of time to learn how to use it.

DO you guys have any suggestions ?

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by LordInfidel In reply to email server applications

I'm not trying to be cruel or mean. But if your time is crunched and you don't have the time to sit down and learn the program, then my advice would be to contact a consultant.

My reasoning is, just throwing up a mail server without knowing it'slimitations and security requirements is asking for trouble. And when your mailserver get's taken over due to misconfiguration, it affects the rest of us.

Get a consultant who is reliable and who know's what they are doing to guide you thru thisand to set it up for you. Make sure that they are able to secure the machine from becoming a relay server.

Especially if this is your first time trying to set one up.

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Down, dirty, cheap and easy

by jrsmith In reply to There are a few...

Go to This will redirect you to thei new partnership which I believe is INWEB but I'm not positive. The mailserver installs on '95 '98 and win2k and is one of the easiest to manage prigrams I've ever seen. I currnetly have one mailserver on location that was a leftover win95 box w/64Meg memory and a Pentium 120 processor. It's handling the internet E-mail for a 30 workstation ad agency (MAC and PC) and has never bogged down or locked up.--BE VERY CAREFUL OF YOUR RELAY SETTNGS or you'll be on a "blackhole list" real quick

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