Gordano Adds Linux Mail Server to Product Line

By Amy Newman (Send Email)
Posted Jun 28, 2001


Gordano, Ltd. Thursday released a Linux version of GLMail, its high-performance, Unix-based mail server.

"Requests for Unix versions of our award winning products were becoming more frequent, and we do respond to our customers' suggestions whenever possible. Due to our design architecture and its independence from any one operating system, we were able to create a product for the Linux platform very quickly," Gordano Managing Director, Brian Dorricott said in a prepared statement.

Gordano, Ltd. Thursday released a Linux version of GLMail, its high-performance, Unix-based mail server.

GLMail is a standards-compliant mail server whose features include configuration and remote access via any Web browser; mail directory and search capabilities; message and log archiving with automatic compression; recovery procedures; LDAP connectivity; Mail Meta Language (MML) scripting; and a caching Web proxy server.

System administrators can configure GLMail locally or remotely (including from a Windows PC) with a consistent GUI, and with access to context-sensitive help and complete documentation.

GLMail's MML scripting capabilities enable a wide range of message processing options to extend the server's functionality by offering a purpose-built scripting language.

"Mail server systems can now be shared across a mixture of Microsoft and Unix platforms, yet appear to the outside world as a single system. This makes platform migration very easy and has added security benefits," Dorricott said.

GLMail's pricing starts at $735 for a 50-user license. The server can be downloaded from Gordano's site or ordered via telephone at +1 877 292 1142 (in the United States) or +44 1275 345100 (throughout the rest of the world).

A 28-day trial version is also available.



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