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Internet Week: E-Mail On A Shoestring

Aug 09, 1999, 15:59 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Alan Zeichick)


Desktop-as-a-Service Designed for Any Cloud ? Nutanix Frame

"Technauts' eserver.mail is an e-mail appliance that provides basic e-mail, Web and POP3-based services to LAN clients at a price that is hard to beat: $699 for the hardware and software combined."

"Based on a stripped-down Intel-based PC running Linux, eServer mail can support as many as 200 e-mail accounts. The e-mail server can be locally administered via the Linux console, though most users would probably choose to use eServer.mail's embedded Web server and GUI management ap-plication."

"At the heart of eServer.mail is Linux, running on an 266-MHz Cyrix MediaGX processor with 12 MB of RAM. It also comes with a 2.5-inch, 2167-MB IDE hard drive. In addition to all the standard Linux utilities, which are accessible if you log in via a local console using a keyboard and monitor, eServer.mail also has HTTP application and standard e-mail capabilities..."

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