hMailServer

hMailServer

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hMailServer is a free, open source, e-mail server for Microsoft Windows
2.8  (6 votes)
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hMailServer is a free, open source, e-mail server for Microsoft Windows. It supports the common e-mail protocols (IMAP, SMTP and POP3) and can easily be integrated with many existing web mail systems. It is used by Internet service providers, companies, governments, schools and enthusiasts in all parts of the world.

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Chris Harner

Chris Harner I give it 4/5. I was in need of testing and wanted a free, thin, and lightweight email server that I could test with. I had it set up and working in about 20 minutes with no problems, whatsoever. It is pretty powerful for a FREE email server. I have used paid products that lack some features this offers and are harder to manage. It's no Exchange, but simple to use. Worked great for my test VM and I'd use it again in test.

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