Email Server Software
Complete network mail through a single Internet connection.
Minimum Server Specification
IBM PC Pentium P75 or 100% Compatible
16 MB RAM, 20 MB Free Disk Space
Windows 95, 98 or NT 4 Service Pack 3
Network Configured with TCP/IP
An Internet Connection
CMail Server enables every computer in your office to send and receive email not only across the Internet but also within your own Local Area Network.
PC's, Apple Macintosh and Acorn computers can all connect to the CMail service. simple to configure and easy to maintain, CMail delivers mailing list capability along with support for all the major mail packages such as Microsoft Exchange, Pegasus and Eudora. Alternatively, you can configure your setup to permit email access through a standard web browser such as Internet Explorer - ideal where terminals are frequently used by different people.
Your CMail Administrator maintains tight control over what users on the network can send or receive with the flexibility to apply controls on a per user, workgroup or global basis.
Incoming and outgoing communications can be checked against a specified list of banned words. Your administrator can also specify which file type CMail is to admit as attachments.
Clear 'at a glance' information windows show the state of the server, mail queues and configurations and provide extensive logging features. In fact, CMail is so easy to administer, you won't need UNIX experience.
Because individual configurations can be set for each use on your system, unnecessary and unwanted email traffic is greatly reduced. With CMail's pre-emptive filtering techniques, junk email can be filtered out before it even begins to clog up your system.
CMail versions 2.4 and higher have the ability to automatically scan for viruses using the most popular anti-virus software such as F-Prot, McAfee and Norton AV. (Requires anti-virus software)
CMail gives you total control of your email in a UNIX FREE environment at a fraction of the cost of other industrial strength solutions. It is the ultimate email handler.
In addition to the standard CMail package, CMail AV provides the ultimate security against computer virus attacks.
Security specialists Data Fellows have created the F-Secure solution for Computalynx which detects and neutralises infected files before they can damage your system. F-Secure is a pro-active and fully supported feature that can be configured to automatically update itself via Computalynx's virus update server.
CMail Server is a POP3 and SMTP Email server for Windows 95/98 and Windows NT
CMail Server scans messages and attachments using the most popular anti-virus packages such as F-Prot, McAfee and Norton AV.
Auto signatures all the administrator to append a standard disclaimer or other text to the bottom of any message handled by CMail.
CMail 2.4 features an enhanced web interface mail client that includes the addition of public and private address books. Users can send email through a web browser without the need for an additional mail program such as Outlook.
Collection via POP3
CMail can collect mail from the Internet using the SMTP or POP3 protocol.
CMail can operate independently of an upstream STMP server by interrogating DNS servers to enquire which server handles the mail for the domain you are attempting to contact.
Communications can be filtered for spam emails before system resources are used to process the body of the message.
NT Users Database
Under Windows NT, CMail can be set to check logins against the NT database. Valid NT names and passwords automatically generate a new mailbox where one does not already exist.
Queued messages can be displayed, deleted and sent manually. day and hour periods for mail exchanges can also be set.
Mail can be queued and sent in batches rather than connecting each time on a message by message basis.
with Windows Remote Access (RAS)
Once a dial-up networking connection us set up, the connection can be imported and used by CMail. Connections are also possible via router/LAN or Computalynx SCM.
Email addresses cab be grouped for mail merging and for moderation of message content.