I am back again after a long break with my favorite topic i.e. email communications. I am writing this article on request of one of my blog friend Mr. Oladapo Makanjuola, who recently wanted to implement an intranet email server. He tried other articles on my blog but somehow failed to configure the hMailServer. He contacted

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As per our discussion on Scenario #4 at Email server configuration scenarios, for small/medium organizations having local email distribution server makes sense because of the following benefits: No administrative over heads No High Bandwidth internet connectivity required No Dedicated hardware required All local email user’s (sitting within the premises) now don’t need internet connectivity to send emails to

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hMailServer’s email account can be linked with active directory user or local user created on the machine where hMailServer is installed (even in WORKGROUP environment).  By using this feature the authentication task can be handed over to active directory. The main benefit is that no passwords are stored in hMailServer database.  User must supply his

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External Accounts in hMailServer is one of the most powerful feature which gives hMailServer following functionalities: hMailServer is configured as per scenario #2 discussed in Email Server configuration scenarios, and users want to fetch emails from their other email accounts on external servers and deliver to their hMailServer account or can also be redirect to

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