AXIGEN v6 - a 1-2-3 approach to setting up a fully-functional mail server on Linux

Published on February 02, 2009
AXIGEN v6 - a 1-2-3 approach to setting up a fully-functional mail server on Linux

In most cases, Linux servers inevitably require an experienced system administrator for ongoing configuration and maintenance. If you are facing the task of setting up a mail server in a corporate Linux environment and you don’t have enough first-hand experience, check out AXIGEN v6!

This reasonably priced mail server software is an all-in-one solution offering POP, SMTP and IMAP services, a skinnable and customizable webmail interface, a list server, multiple anti-virus and anti-spam tools, groupware and collaboration functionalities such as calendar/journal and much more. Installation is carried out with the help of an intuitive wizard that guides you through a series of one-time initial configurations (domain name, ports, services to be started).

Once this is done, you are good to go! The remaining configuration tasks can be fulfilled using a built-in web-based administration console [...] The whole solution can be deployed in under an hour! [...]

If you are not sure which mail software you should use for your business needs, make sure you check out AXIGEN version 6 — it’s easy to install and configure!