MagicMail

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MagicMail
Developer(s)LinuxMagic
Stable release2.0.0-3 / 1st October 2013
Operating systemCustom Linux
TypeMail Transfer AgentWebmailMail Server - antispam - antivirus
LicenseCommercial
Websitehttp://www.magicmail.com/
 
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MagicMail
Developer(s)LinuxMagic
Stable release2.0.0-3 / 1st October 2013
Operating systemCustom Linux
TypeMail Transfer AgentWebmailMail Server - antispam - antivirus
LicenseCommercial
Websitehttp://www.magicmail.com/

The MagicMail[1] email server is a carrier grade email platform designed specifically for the tier-2 Internet service provider and telco market.[2] It is built to run on a custom LinuxMagic-built operating system based on Linux. MagicMail utilizes open source technologies blended with proprietary technologies to create a mail server supporting SMTP, ESMTP, IMAP, and POP3 protocols. It has integrated antivirus, antispam, management interfaces, and webmail interfaces. It offers full service clustering capabilities resulting in a scalable solution. MagicMail is designed to integrate with current ISP billing solutions and has tools to assist with CALEA compliance. This commercial offering consists of unlimited user licenses and is often combined with plug-ins.

Main Features[edit]

The software has 4 main features:

MagicMail Server[edit]

Uses a blend of open-source and proprietary technology written on a Linux based operating system, with a web-based GUI administration system. Support for IMAP/POP3/SSL/SMTP is included. MagicMail can be directly integrated to supported billing platforms.

Webmail[edit]

Two versions of webmail for different user experiences: Tuxedo and Webmail Lite.

Anti-Spam[edit]

Antispam technology based on proprietary MagicSpam technology.

Anti-Virus[edit]

Built-in antivirus technology.

Protocols[edit]

Supported Billing Solutions[edit]

The following is an incomplete list of telecommunication billing platforms that are compatible with the MagicMail platform.

Plugins[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Registered Trademark". 
  2. ^ "MagicMail: Features". Retrieved 2011-07-15. 

External links[edit]