Mail options

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    The following three commercial mail options are available:

    • MailEnable (Windows) (We call this the standard mail)
      • This service is The usage for this is companies that have many email accounts that do not require advanced mail features.
    • IceWarp (Windows) (We call this IceWarp Hosting)
      • Icewarp is a very comprehensive collaborative hosted e-mail solution and provides full advanced web interfaces, bookings etc. This is a perfect replacement for Microsoft Exchange Server but at 1 quarter of the cost.
    • Roundcube (Linux)
      • Icewarp is a very comprehensive collaborative hosted e-mail solution and provides full advanced web interfaces, bookings etc. This is a perfect replacement for Microsoft Exchange Server but at 1 quarter of the cost.

    The primary difference between the two environments is the following:

    • MailEnable
      • Provides all services but with basic collaboration (sync/calendar sharing, etc) (This service has been discontinued)
      • Phone active sync is an optional license per mailbox per year. (No longer available on standard hosting)
      • Basic spam filtering.
      • Unlimited mailboxes per hosting for mail packages.
      • Standard web interface.
    • Icewarp
      • Provides all servers including advanced collaboration.
      • Phone active sync is included.
      • Advanced spam filtering.
      • Limited mailboxes per hosting.
      • Very advanced web interface.
      • Lots of administrative functions and advanced features like free/busy calendars, resource bookings, archiving.
    • Roundcube
      • Drag-&-drop message management
      • Full support for MIME and HTML messages
      • Multiple sender identities
      • Full featured address book with groups and LDAP connectors
      • Find-as-you-type address book integration
      • Threaded message listing
      • Shared/global IMAP folders


    MailEnable Web Interface (Windows)

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    IceWarp Web Interface (Windows)

    Roundcube Web interface (Linux)

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