mail servers


Free SMTP Server – added 4/6/2009

Free SMTP Server is a SMTP mail server program for Windows that lets you send email messages directly from your computer. It’s very simple but very useful for laptop users traveling around the world and connecting their PCs to different Internet Service Providers in different countries. You can use it instead of ISP’s SMTP server to increase your security and privacy. Free SMTP Server supports all email programs like Outlook Express and Eudora, but best optimized to work with Outlook Express.


Java Mail Server – added 1/21/2009

Java Mail Server is an open source Java based mailserver providing a SMTP and POP3 protocoll implementation easy configurable, OS independent, and completely extendible.


SMTPDummy – added 11/20/2008

SMTPDummy is a “dummy” SMTP mail server that can be used by software developers for testing email sending software. SMTPDummy is simple and practical, and responds to all SMTP commands in a positive manner (i.e. it accepts everything you throw at it), it does not however, store, forward or send emails. SMTPDummy does not require installation and is fully portable, you can run it from a USB stick. If does not require configuration, simply run the executable and you have a full (albeit dummy) SMTP server.


Post Office – added 11/16/2007

A small and simple mail server for Windows. Handles all incoming and outgoing mail for your local network as well as fetching mail from external accounts. Includes a small web server which can be used to provide your company web page or intranet.


Free SMTP Server – added 9/25/2005

Free SMTP Server is a SMTP server program that lets you send email messages directly from your computer. It’s very simple but very useful for laptop users traveling around the world and connecting their PCs to different Internet Service Providers in different countries. You can use it instead of ISP’s SMTP server to increase your security and privacy.


Mercury Mail Transport System – added 3/27/2005

The Mercury Mail Transport System is a Mail Server – a program that sends and receives mail on behalf of a group of users on a machine or local area network. Mail from the outside world is received by Mercury and placed in the addressee’s mailbox, where the user can access it at any later point.


XMail – added 1/12/2005

Internet and intranet mail server featuring an SMTP server, POP3 server, finger server, multiple domains, SMTP relay checking, spam protection and more.


IMail – added 9/7/2003

IMail Server is a reliable, affordable, and easy-to-use messaging solution complete with Webmail, Web Calendaring, Anti-Spam and optional anti-virus add-on. IMail was especially designed for NT and comes with everything you would expect from a mail server, as well as many additional features and optional add-ons to further extend the functionality if your email needs expand.


Argosoft Mail Server – added 5/1/2004

ArGoSoft Mail Server is fully functional STMP/POP3/Finger server for Windows 95/98/NT/2000, which will let you turn your computer into the email system. It’s very compact, takes only about 1Mb of disk space, does not have any specific memory requirements, and what is the most important – it’s very easy to use. Is completely transparent. Runs as a small icon on your system tray relays the messages directly to Mail exchangers, bypassing your ISP.

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