PostMaster Mail Server lets you send and receive email from any desktop on LAN - no need for a modem with every computer.
It allows you to allot individual email ids like email@example.com to every executive.
PostMaster supports multiple domains. You can send/receive emails from all the domains that your organisation uses.
PostMaster can collect emails from multiple personal POP3 accounts of various users and deliver to them. They do not have to collect mail from these accounts using their own modems.
PostMaster Mail Server works with all popular email clients like Outlook Express, MS Outlook, Netscape Communicator, Eudora etc. Thus the executives can continue to use their favourite email software and do not need to learn a new email software. They can also access their mail with a web browser like Internet Explorer or Netscape.
PostMaster works as a low cost SMTP Gateway if you have been using a Groupware software like Lotus Notes, cc:mail, MS Exchange.
You can use Direct Delivery option of PostMaster to deliver email to the recipient's domain. Most of the ISPs now do not relay (send) your email if you use your own domain name in the sender address. Thus if you use VSNL to access Internet but your email id is firstname.lastname@example.org, you cannot send mail through VSNL's SMTP (outgoing mail) server. PostMaster can come in very handy in such a situation.
You can set Alias accounts for specific departments like email@example.com. The mails addressed to these can be configured to be delivered to multiple executives in this department. Later if a person is transferred to another department, you can simply delete him from membership of this account and add him to the new department. No need to inform the world to send mail to a new id.
You can block spam mails (and even delete from the server if required) coming to your organisation with PostMaster's anti-spam feature. The spammers can be blocked on the basis of their email address or domain.
You can administer PostMaster through the friendly interface of any web browser. You can create new pre-configured user accounts very fast by using User templates.
You can set different schedules for different days of the week for automatic dial-up and mail transfer. Thus you can check mail more frequently on busy days, automatically.
Mail transfer can be activated automatically when the High, Medium or Low priority messages spooled in Postmaster reach a certain number. With an always-on Internet connection, you can configure Mail transfer when even 1 outgoing mail is queued.
You can send smart automatic responses through the Autoresponder feature of PostMaster Mail Server, when you are away. PostMaster will send a pre-specified message to anybody sending you a mail and will do so only once for every sender. This is very important when you are subscribed to a mailing list which may get clogged otherwise and result in your account getting terminated.
You can set PostMaster to archive (create copies) of all the incoming and/or outgoing mails for security purposes. This can also be done for specific users.
You can set PostMaster to automatically forward mail meant for a particular account, to another local account or any Internet account.
Outgoing messages can have priority based on user account. Messages from higher priority users will be sent out first.
PostMaster has full support for Authenticated SMTP and Authenticated POP.
LDAP based company wide address book. All users can use this address book to avoid address book updation nightmares.
Online, context-sensitive help.
You can have unlimited size attachments (any extension) except as set by usage limit. You can also restrict the mail size for each individual user.
Some users can be configured to be local-only. They cannot send out Internet mails.
Optional Anti-virus plug-in (Mailscan for Postmaster) allows you to have all incoming and outgoing mails checked for virus.