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mail server

A central computer that forwards e-mail messages.
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According to the company, the top five reasons for the disruption of inbound e-mail are: e-mail server mis-configuration; e-mail server crashed; wrong firewall settings; MX records changed incorrectly; and e-mail server running out of free space.
With remote replication in place, the downtime can be minimal (as long as it takes to bring the remote peer of the primary e-mail server online).
With the TZO dynamic DNS, small businesses, associations, and individuals can reduce the cost of hosting a Web site, e-mail server, FTP site and more without sacrificing performance.
MailHop Relay allows users to have DynDNS act as a smart relay agent for their e-mail server on a number of different ports.
SPF authenticates e-mail by comparing the IP address of the e-mail server that sent the message, against a list of approved IP addresses published in the DNS record of the sender in the "From:" address.
makers of the popular and globally deployed Merak E-mail Server Suite, today announced its award-winning e-mail server for Linux-based networks.
Corporate IT departments can install software on the e-mail server or on a separate machine to process all incoming e-mail and eliminate spam either on the e-mail server or before it gets to the e-mail server.
10, a DKIM capable version of Alt-N's popular e-mail server, is a secure, turn-key mail server solution.
Figure 1 illustrates an e-mail server that could be running Exchange with the iSCSI storage in a separate chassis (the e-mail server and iSCSI targets could be in the same chassis, if desired).
makers of the award-winning and globally deployed Merak E-mail Server Suite, today announced version 8.
absolutely stops spam its tracks, at the e-mail server never allowing it to get to the desktop.
TCS' mmsMail performs core message processing and then applies configurable out-bound message templates to facilitate HyperText Markup Language (HTML) formatting of MMS messages routed to any e-mail server.