I am looking for a software to distribute emails internally in my LAN. any good standard software available?
Yes, I have found a very good software. It is known as blackbox. it is a good email server. I have tried it.
i need more information. do all mails from one desk to another desk in the same office travel through internet? or there is a possibility to deliver internal emails through lan without help of internet. It is required by us very importantly. Currently we have POP accounts with GMail and people use outlook with Gmail. a large email of 10 MB sent from one desk to another desk uses too much bandwidth. it is a problem. bandwidth used while sending email from one desk and bandwidth required to receive that same mail on another desk, is waste of bandwidth. Even internal emails do not work if internet is down. I think that such solution can be very useful email distribution software to save the bandwidth and make internal emails very fast.
Yes, i know a software which can do it for you. it helps as below.
1. it will not use internet when you send email from one desk to another.
2. you dont have to give internet access on all computers in LAN for downloading emails in Outlook
3. emails will be downloaded by BLACKbox software and will be distributed to each user
4. when internet is down, your internal emails will continue to function
5. One more advantage, gmail's standard apps has limitation on emails to be sent per day. here, your internal emails will not be counted under that limitation.
6. I found BLACKbox a great bandwidth saver
let me know if you need more information
can u give me an idea about the user management how the database of web filter is created? or is it a third party database of website filter is used? then the cost will be a real problem.
I am so glad this internet thing works and your article really helped me. Might take you up on that home advice you
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