Web server package for Mac OS X, now includes a new version of WEBmail and a WEBcalendar.
iTools is a web server that takes advantage of the preemptive multitasking and memory protection of Mac OS X. The iTools package is designed to complement and extend the Apache server that is included with Mac OS X and to make it easy for Webmasters to set up and support sophisticated network servers. Using Apple’s bundled Apache as a point of departure and incorporating the latest open source protocol implementations of Apache, DNS, FTP and sendmail, iTools extends the Mac OS X platform with a set of network services.
WEBmail lets users access e-mail, via POP or IMAP, from any device running a browser. WEBmail 5.1 is fully customizable, for rebranding and localization, and can be hand-tailored with logos and banner advertising on a virtual host-by-virtual host basis, according to Anita Holmgren of Tenon.
Tenon’s iTools WEBmail was developed by
EMUmail, a vendor of web-based mail systems. The new WEBmail 5.1 lets users choose between several “skins” to change the look and feel of the product. Other WEBmail features include multiple attachments; address books with import and export capabilities; user definable folders; an outbox for sent messages; real-time SPAM filtering; a customizable tag line for site branding; blind carbon copy; spell check; quoted reply, forwarding, per-user, or per-domain message quotas; and per-user or per-domain access restrictions. WEBmail also supports FastCGI for optimized performance, Holmgren said.
The customizable version of WEBmail is available in three packages: Small Business Edition, US$500; Corporate Edition, $750; and Service Provider Edition, $1500. For a limited time, those who buy or upgrade to WEBmail 5.1 will receive a free, customizable WEBcalendar application.