Windows Mail Server?
Can anyone recommend a POP/SMTP mail server for Windows? I'm currently using Mercury, but the fact that it doesn't run as a Windows Service kills me. I've looked around a bit and seen some other packages, but I figured I'd ask here.
We've been happy with IPswitch.
MDaemon is $110 for 6 users, and does what you want and more.
http://www.mailenable.com/ is really nice. It's pretty cheap too.
I've always loved Ipswitch's IMail. Not sure how it's priced now, but they should have a package in your range. I haven't used it since V5 so things may have changed, but the thing I liked best was that most of the config and the messages were stored in plain text. Almost like working on a Unix system, but with an interface that makes sense.
"the thing I liked best was that most of the config and the messages were stored in plain text"
Mail Enable does that too.
I've used IPswitch IMail, and it was pretty good.
I'm using MDaemon, and works fine with several domains, only maybe not so easy as i want.
Ipswitch Software's Imail is a package which I just recently installed for a customer - http://www.ipswitch.com - it has all that you mentioned. But I'm not certain about the price as I know they've changed their price structure recently.
Use CommunigatePro from Stalker - http://www.stalker.com
I run Mercury Mail with fireDaemon to keep it running when I'm not on the server. No good links, simply because it's been running flawlessly on the server through three workstation upgrades - the links have been archived somewhere.
Floosietek's FTgate family of servers.
Many commercial web hosting providers seem to use IPswitch's IMail (already mentioned in a few previous replies):
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