Local users on the LAN can browse the Internet through MailServ.
Access can be open to all employees, or restricted to specified employees with
authentication based on password and node IP Address. Additionally, elaborate
reports on users' surfing habits, access history and search within the logs
is possible for each such authenticated user. Objectionable sites can be blocked
at the server level. In order to speed up access of sites on low bandwidth connection,
caching is provided so that the pages of commonly visited sites are served must
Local Web Server allows you to have your company information and latest updates
Online on your local web server available across your offices to all your employees.
The server can be also used as a Staging Area for testing web applications and
updates before placing them live on the Internet
File and Print Server
Access your MailServ from the Network Neighbourhood of Windows, and use it
to store your documents similar to Novell Netware. Also use the MailServ as
a Print Server for all your organisational printing.
Outbound Fax facility using a Stand-by modem
Faxes will be queued in the server, and spooled jobs will be transmitted at
predefined intervals. Status on the completion of the transmission process will
be mailed to the sender. This requires a direct modem and phone line connected
to the server in order to send out the faxes.
Centralised and Automated Dialing system
Dial-on demand whenever there is any internet access, and dial on-schedule at
defined intervals for Mail Exchange