AXIGEN is a fast, reliable and secure mail server with an open architecture. It is designed for easy management and allows full control of the email traffic from a central Web/CLI admin module. AXIGEN provides ESMTP, IMAP, and POP3 services and has been tested with standard mail clients. A special Webmail module enables email access and delivery from Web browsers. During the evaluation period, users are provided with full technical support.
|Tags||Communications Email Mailing List Servers Filters Mail Transport Agents Post-Office IMAP POP3 Internet Web HTTP Servers Logging|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD FreeBSD|
Release Notes: Mailbox quota limits have been increased from 1 GB to 4 TB. Domain migration uses the username input received when a user logs to the IMAP server instead of changing it to "username@domain" format. This prevents possible login errors with IMAP servers. Delivery failures when relaying emails were fixed.
Release Notes: This version features a localized, redesigned skinnable Web mail system, a local address book, and a wizard for creating email delivery rules and auto-responses. The reporting engine now has more than 100 configurable reports. DomainKeys was implemented. Backup and restore is now possible with a proprietary FTP server. Public folders and internationalized search were added.
Release Notes: Support for the AMAVIS Mail Scanner has been added, thus enabling AXIGEN to integrate with all antivirus software that works with AMAVIS. The AXIGEN Configuration Wizard has been added, a binary that provides a text interface to perform the first steps in configuring AXIGEN. The binary is available for all supported packages. In WebMail, the 'login' log message now includes the domain name. Thus, when a user logs in, the axigen log file entry also mentions the user's domain name; up to now, only the username was written in the log file.
Release Notes: A crash in the CLI that was occurring in certain situations when queries to accounts and lists were made has been fixed. A crash in lists involving some rare requests to domain storage has been fixed.
Release Notes: A search for a domain in local storage was added when applying smtpOutgoing service restrictions for accounts and domains.