Merak Mail Server now comes in Linux flavor
Forum: Linux and Free Software
Topic: Merak Mail Server now comes in Linux flavor
started by: salvi74
Posted by salvi74 on Oct. 06 2005,21:50IceWarp Software Ltd., makers of the popular and globally deployed Merak E-mail Server Suite for Windows®, today announced the availability of its award-winning e-mail server for Linux-based networks in SMB, enterprise and ISP environments. Tuned for power and reliability, Merak Linux offers support for an industry-leading 100,000 accounts per server at up to 20,000 messages per minute and even higher when configured for a load balanced operation. Merak for Linux is available in the U.S. at www.merakmailserver.com or via www.icewarp.com for customers located outside North America.
IceWarp today also launched a new online forum to support users of its Merak e-mail server for Linux. Timed to coincide with the official worldwide debut of its new email server for Linux networks, the forum is now active at < http://linuxforum.icewarp.com. >
The new Linux Merak E-mail Server Suite was created specifically for the Linux community using its highly-regarded and industry proven Merak for Microsoft Windows. Merak has already been certified for use with Redhat Enterprise Linux, and tested on Redhat Fedora Core and Gentoo. There are also numerous installations on Suse, Mandrake, Ubuntu and Debian.
Merak is the first email server for Linux that combines stability, performance, scalability, and value. Packaged as an all-in-one, out-of-the-box e-mail suite, Merak features everything a business or ISP needs including anti-virus, anti-spam, groupware, and instant messaging. It provides desktop, Web mail, and remote access for almost every onsite, subscriber, and telecommuting application. E-mail and IM can run in secured mode, using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), which is a critical feature for protecting intellectual assets and user data.
Posted by SaidinUnleashed on Oct. 07 2005,00:54This seems eerily like spam.
Too much like spam in fact.
As if the whole post was copied and pasted from an ad, or something.
Don't do this, kids. If you want to point at a cool piece of software, use your own words or something, and a link to the site.