has updated Post.Office to version 3.5.3 — the update incorporates list-serving capabilities.
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The list server for Mac OS X supports hundreds of lists and mailings to thousands of subscribers, giving Mac OS X the same list server capabilities in use at AT&T, MCI, and Sprint, according to Anita Holmgren, president of Tenon.
She added that Tenon’s expertise is available to ease the transition of moving users from traditional Mac operating system applications (such as LetterRip, EIMS, SIMS, and WebSTAR mail) to Post.Office. The Post.Office mail server has been extended by Tenon, especially for the Mac OS X platform, with IMAP, POP-before-SMTP and SPAM filtering, Holmgren said.
Post.Office boasts “anywhere, anytime” Web forms for simply navigation through the many features of the application. System administrators can make changes from anywhere on the Internet using Web forms with fill-in-the-blank fields and pop-up options. Postmasters can use Post.Office to administer enterprise e-mail systems. And end users can specify how their mail should be handled, join mailing lists and manage mailing lists.
Post.Office is offered on a sliding scale, based on how many mailboxes and mailing lists are needed. A range of packages is available to cater to universities, corporate enterprises and Internet Service Providers, Holmgren said. A starter package is available for US$295, supporting 100 mailboxes and 10 lists. A free version of Post.Office, limited to 10 mailboxes and two mailing lists is now downloadable from Tenon’s Web site.