XDove All-in-one Mail Server Supported by QNAP Turbo NAS » read source
Providing the business users the most competitive option for setting up their mail server on their Linux-embedded network attached storage, the availability of XDove an all-in-one feature rich mail server for its TS-109/ 209/ 409/ 509/ 639 Turbo NAS series has been announced by QNAP Systems, Inc.
The users can turn their Turbo NAS, with the simple web-based QPKG software package expansion, into a powerful mail server which provides SMTP, POP3 and IMAP services, multiple virtual domains and accounts, AJAX webmail with extended functionalities including address book, personal folders, calendar and real-time chat among users under the same mail server, schedule backup and restore mailboxes from multiple domains.
AdNovea(R), one of the main developers of XDove mail server declared: "We're delighted to bring this exciting news to our users who want to customize their QNAP NAS as their own mail server at home or office. The XDove mail server named after the open source offering XMail and Dovecot enables them to quickly set up POP3 and IMAP mail server, create mail accounts after their own domain names, and maintain all-you-can-name mail server features over the Intranet and the Internet." He added: "The installation and administration are extremely easy that even novice users can manage according to the online documentation. Besides, the XDove also supports full mail box backup and restore that gives you extra protection on the top of your RAID data redundancy," says Andy Chuo, Product Manager from QNAP. "The XDove mail server also supports webmail and instant messaging on the same interface. All you need is a web browser and the Internet access and you can talk on the web conveniently with other users anywhere,"
Features of XDove on QNAP Turbo NAS include Finger server, ESMTP/ESMTPS server, IMAP server, POP3/POP3S server, Multiple virtual domains, SMTP relay checking, No real system account required, Custom SMTP maps check, SMTP protection over spammers (IP-based and address-based), SMTP ETRN command support, SMTP authentication (PLAIN LOGIN CRAM-MD5 POP3/SMTP and custom), POP3 account synchronizer with external POP3 accounts, Account aliasing, Domain aliasing, Mailing lists, Custom mail processing…etc.