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  • Run on IIS

    Hi,

    I am new at Axigen. I haven't found any info about running axigen over IIS, is it possible?, please tell me yes, otherwise I will be very sad

  • #2
    Hello,

    Axigen include it's own HTTP server so you do not need to run over IIS.

    If you are running IIS on the same server with Axigen than you should take care to not re-use same IP:PORT for accessing the WebMail interface.

    HTH,
    Ioan

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    • #3
      I have over 15 years of experience with email software and you have to think about this, axigen cannot be used as <domain>/<maildirectory> or webmail.<domain> if you already are using port 80, this is an important limitation to your software and a huge factor when buying.

      Also, axigen stores mails in a database!!!???, that is completely useless, you cannot access physical mail file, so if you want to integrate the mail server with 3rd party software like processing support or sending files for processing, your mail server simply does not work. Monolitic databases have been proved to fail.

      You have a beautiful design interface, the best I can tell, but your software has a lot of limitations, I though I could become a reseller but I think I would not be convinced of what I am selling.

      Regards




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      • #4
        So sad, I expected more from this mail server

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        • #5
          Hello,

          I understand your sadness but not your questions related to processing files.

          For example you could write your own processing server and integrate with Axigen via AFSL for processing incoming / outgoing messages.

          If you are in the integration business I could bet with you that Axigen is the most flexible email server you could use

          In case you have specific questions we'll try to assist you here.

          HTH,
          Ioan

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