Axigen

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Axigen
Developer(s) Gecad Technologies
Stable release 8.1.3 / July, 2014
Operating system Unix-like, Windows
Type Server
License Closed source / Demoware / Limited freeware
Website http://www.axigen.com/mail-server/

Axigen, marketed as AXIGEN, is a mail server with groupware and collaboration functionalities.

It supports SMTP/ESMTP, IMAP, POP3 and webmail services, and has an integrated mailing list server. It is developed by Gecad Technologies, a Romanian company established in 2001 and part of the GECAD Group.

Axigen comes in three product editions, a free edition for small office/home offices and two commercial editions: Service Provider Edition – dedicated to Service Providers of all sizes and Business Editions - dedicated to collaborative businesses and SMBs.

Axigen's groupware functionalities and personal organizer (Calendar, Tasks, Notes and Journal) are available from both its webmail interface and email client Outlook. Axigen also provides a mobile webmail Interface for phones supporting the XHTML standard. Axigen is available for several Linux distributions (RPM-based w/o gcc4, Slackware, Debian, Gentoo, Ubuntu), BSD platforms, for Solaris and for Windows operating systems (Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2003). Axigen addresses automation requirements of system administrators through an alternative configuration interface – CLI (Command Line Interface).

History[edit]

The development of Axigen Mail Server started in 2003. It was launched in September 2005.

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