Tenon Intersystems and Open Technologies today announced that they’ve brought Openwave’s Post.Office to Mac OS X. Tenon has extended and enhanced Post.Office version 3.5.3, and ported it to Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server 10.1.3.
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Post.Office is an SMTP/POP3/IMAP messaging server developed for small and mid-sized Internet Service Providers. Post.Office can be administered using a Web browser. It doesn’t run with root privileges and operates independently of the host computer, which Tenon said makes it impossible to compromise the main system security via e-mail.
Security features include multiple password protection levels, restricted user access to specific domains or host, limiting user forms to appropriate subsets and Postmaster notification in the event of suspicious activity. Spam can be curbed as well, because Post.Office sports SMTP mail relay protection. The software also sports POP-before-SMTP, to support valid users from remote locations. Specific systems, domains, e-mail address or user names can be blocked to help prevent Denial of Service attacks.
Scripts are included to transition from other mail servers like EIMS or SIMS.
Post.Office is licensed on a sliding scale, with a starter package available for US$295 which supports 100 mailboxes and 10 lists. Packages are available for universities, corporations and ISPs as well.