FTGate is the software you need for communicating with other people.
FTGate is a brilliant corporate email and groupware solution that would help your company or organization staff members to work faster and more efficiently.
FTGate is a fully-functional, fast and secure «Exchange replacement» email and messaging server system. By deploying it along with its various editions, such as FTGate5 Professional Edition, FTGate5 ISP Edition and FTGate5 Relay Edition, you will obtain all of the high-performance mail-server standard service features and much more. With FTGate you get a fully fledged email server with the highest level of security, which offers you email messaging, instant messaging, a powerful anti-spam engine and anti-virus integration. The softwares powerful features are namely SolSight webmail, historical record tracking, standards compliant and auto-cluster support.
Besides, FTGate is rather easy to install and set-up, administer and use tool with intuitive user interface the usage of which can save your time, money and resources. In addition, FTGate can be simply integrated into Microsoft Outlook.
FTGate is unique high security professional mail server software that would help you to build your business communications system perfectly.
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