Mail server's dial-up rules boost control for administrators

Mail server's dial-up rules boost control for administrators

The $2,395 enterprise version of NTMail 4.2 is a Simple Mail Transfer Protocol mail server for Microsoft Windows NT 4.0.

It will let administrators control Web e-mail, forwarding and password changes by setting privileges for individual users or domains.

Users of NTMail 4.2 from Gordano Ltd. of Clevedon, England, can read, delete, forward and reply to mail using only their Web clients.

Dial-up rules separate connecting to the Web from subsequent actions, giving the administrator greater control, said Brian Dorricott, Gordano's managing director.

The mail server application supports the Internet Messaging Access Protocol and Post Office Protocol 3.

Gordano, which was formerly called Internet Shopper Ltd., does not hold any federal contracts, but the departments of Agriculture, Commerce and Treasury use the company's products, Dorricott said.

About 80 percent of Gordano users download their software from the company's Web site, at www.gordano.com, he said.

The company also sells an NTMail Firewall for $445, as well as anti-spam and antivirus modules for NTMail 4.2.

Contact Gordano Ltd. at 877-292-1142.

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