Outlook Connector for MDaemon Email Server enables you to keep in touch with employees, co-workers, customers, and vendors by sharing Outlook’s email, calendar with free/busy scheduling, address book, distribution lists, tasks, notes and more.
SecurityPlus for MDaemon 4.1.2 Antivirus and spam protection for MDaemon Email Server. Provides real-time spam, Recurrent Pattern Detection Technology, Zero Hour Virus Outbreak Protection, inline email antivirus, and phishing protection.
MDaemon Email Server for Windows 11.0.3 SMTP, POP3 Windows mail server. Exchange alternative, Outlook integration. Multi-language webmail with IMAP, SyncML for mobility. BlackBerry push email support. Strong anti-spam security and email authentication. Easy installation and remote admin.
Description: Outlook Connector for MDaemon opens up the groupware collaboration functions of Microsoft Outlook to small and mid-sized businesses by using MDaemon Email Server as the mail messaging server. With Outlook Connector for MDaemon you can stay in touch with employees, co-workers, customers, and vendors by sharing Outlook’s email, calendar with free/busy scheduling, address book, distribution lists, tasks, notes and more.
As with MDaemon, Outlook Connector is designed for businesses with little or no professional computer support. Its simplicity, economy and extensive features make Outlook Connector for MDaemon the recognized way to use Outlook’s groupware collaboration tools on a small to mid-sized business budget.
Alt-N Technologies’ MDaemon email server provides outstanding groupware and collaboration functionality when paired with Outlook Connector. It makes professional-quality groupware collaboration features available to budget-minded small- to medium-sized businesses with or without IT personnel. The shared information is also available for on-the-go users through the groupware collaboration features of WorldClient, MDaemon’s webmail application.
The purchase of Outlook Connector includes one year of free upgrade protection to safeguard your investment.
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