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Microsoft Exchange Alternative

MailCorp provides Windows Mail Server software with features comparable to Microsoft Exchange. It provides powerful messaging services like Exchange ActiveSync, IMAP, SMTP, POP3 and collaboration tools such as calendaring (CalDAV), contacts (CardDAV), tasks and notes.

Extensive integration with Microsoft Outlook is what sets MailCorp apart from other email servers. MailCorp supports real time updates in both directions, not just via a synchronisation add-in, delivering the same functionality as Microsoft Exchange. With per user based licensing MailCorp is the most cost effective email hosting solution.

MailCorp Hosted E-Mail Features

MailCorp provides a vast array of features and functionality such as Mobile Webmail and Web Administration, 3rd party antivirus scanning, and enhanced anti-spam features. MailCorp provides the features and flexibility to make it the ideal mail hosting solution for small to medium sized organizations. Features include:

Mail Services

MailCorp Professional Edition provides additional mail Protocols to provide extra functionality and flexible mail access for end-users. Supported mail protocols include POP, SMTP, IMAP and Webmail.

POP Retrieval

Access multiple email accounts centrally! POP retrieval allows you to collect mail from other POP mail accounts and deliver locally. Users can configure their own settings for POP retrieval directly from webmail.

Integrated Global Footers/Disclaimers

System and Post Office Administrators are now able to add global or Post Office footers to messages as they are sent to external parties. Mailboxes which are administrators are able to configure this through Web Administration.

MAP Speed/Bandwidth Improvements

MailCorp recently provided some significant speed and resource improvements to its IMAP and core messaging services.

The IMAP service has received yet another boost in that it now supports the UIDPLUS extension. The UIDPLUS extension is available in many email clients and has recently been embraced in Outlook 2010 to boost its IMAP performance.

Exchange ActiveSync for MailCORP

ActiveSync provides the highest level of integration for the latest mobile devices including iPhone/iPad, Android and Windows Phone 7. It is also available on most other mobile platforms.

ActiveSync is able to negotiate changes and updates protocol uses a technology that is often referred to as “Push”. The “push” technology means that changes made on the mobile device are synchronized with the MailCorp server (and vice-versa) without requiring polling.

ActiveSync is also a very efficient protocol and minimizes the amount of data that is sent over the mobile network.

Exchange ActiveSync for MailCorp is licensed per mailbox per annum.

Mobile Webmail

A Mobile Webmail App designed exclusively for smartphones and tablets that is light-weight and supports swipe scrolling. The mobile client also allows you to automatically login, so you can access your inbox and contacts quickly. You can also tile the screens so they are readily available on your mobile device.

Tasks & Calendaring

Our latest version of Mobile Webmail client also includes Tasks and Calendaring functionality

Device Aware

Webmail is now device aware and will provide Apple users with a link to configure the inbuilt device mail and collaboration client features.

When an iPhone user attempts to access Webmail, an icon is provided within the Webmail client to automatically configure the iPhone’s mail, calendar, tasks and contacts capabilities.

Enhanced Anti-Spam

Guard your inbox from unwanted junk mail using anti-spam features including SPF, Bayesian Filtering, Greylisting, DKIM and URL Blacklist Content Filtering, which prevents spammers ‘forging’ email addresses to send spam. Other anti-spam features include; DNS blacklisting, global filtering, PTR record checking and much more.

Blacklisting And Whitelisting

MailCorp allows users to whitelist senders of messages arriving via SMTP. This prevents messages from these domains from being delayed by greylisting. This feature can be enabled or disabled as required.

Similarly, end users are able to reject messages from a given domain or user at the SMTP level, by blacklisting an email addresses. When a blacklisted sender attempts to send the message, the SMTP connector will immediately refuse the delivery attempt.


Protect your system from viruses! Professional Edition integrates with a variety of third party antivirus solutions in order to scan and remove viruses on all incoming or outgoing messages.

Content Filtering

Control and organise mail using global content filtering Define rules for messages eg: forward emails, execute applications, delete messages with certain content, mark spam messages or quarantine messages containing attachments.


Extensive security measures and authentication methods protect your mail server from unauthorised access. Includes SMTP authentication, integrated Windows authentication, relay control, SSL, NTLM & CRAM-MD5 support.

Secure Data Transmission

MailCorp services all support SSL to protect sensitive data as it is accessed, and the SMTP service provides outbound TLS support, allowing the secure encrypted transmission of messages to remote SMTP servers.

Cloud Storage

It is now possible to use MailCorp as a cloud storage provider. Mailbox owners are able to access their “My Files” folder as a network drive over the WebDAV protocol. Mailbox owners can store photos and documents from their computer or phone (using products like NetDrive and other WebDAV clients). For example, a person can take a photo with their iPhone and immediately save it to MyFiles.


Through webmail you are able to upload files and save attachments from emails into your My Files storage. These files can then be emailed as attachments, or, with the use of the File Viewer, accessed in an easy to use way. Images and MP3s can be viewed and played from within webmail.

Export Contacts

Users can now export all their contacts as a CSV file (Outlook compatible format) with a simple click of a button. Extra contact fields are also supported for imports.


MailCorp’s configuration can be controlled externally by a powerful API which allows you to easily integrate with, or expand on the mail server. Full documentation and sample applications for integrating MailCorp into your project are available.

vCard Attachment

Users can now send a contact card from contacts in their Address Book.

A simple right-click on a contact allows the option to send the contact as a vCard. This will then open up the compose screen, and a new message will be created automatically containing the vCard as an attachment, and ready to be sent.


MailCorp now provides the ability to add new recipient contacts to their Address Book after sending a message.

When this option is enabled (via “Options>Mail”), MailCorp will prompt the user whether to quickly add any recipient contacts that are not already in the Address Book as new contacts, after a message has been sent.

Users have the ability to specify which email addresses to add when sending messages to multiple recipients, and can also quickly input first/last names for these new contacts on the spot.


MailCorp’s Webmail allows users to personalize their interface by customizing background watermarks, and the ability to configure opacity and position of the background image. Users can also upload images to their My Files storage location and use these images as background watermarks.

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