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Ipswitch Imail Server 2006.02

Ipswitch Imail Server 2006.02

Taking on Microsoft Exchange is no easy task, but it is exactly what Ipswitch is doing with the New Zealand release of its Imail Server 2006.2.

“Many organisations, regardless of size, can’t afford the overhead and support issues that accompany a product like Microsoft Exchange,” claims Martin Higham, director of Digital Networks Australia. “That’s why our Imail family of products have been the leading alternative to Exchange for more than a decade, with more than 60 million people around the world relying on Ipswitch for their email everyday.”

The product is aimed at organisations that require a clear and rapid return on investment, and requires little or no IT administration. It comes in Standard, Plus and Premium editions. All Imail Server 2006.2 products are available with fully-integrated, anti-virus technology from Symantec and Bitdefender.

RRP: A$835 (ex GST) for 25 users

Distributors: Digital Networks Australia and Soft Solutions


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