I use EIMS since years ago and I love it. It's quite easy to setup and rock solid (our mail servers just work and admin needs are at a bare minimum).
"You can easily get support, from author and community, at
This is no longer true. The author shut them down as apparently it is a violation of New Zealand law.
Yes, you can get response from emails sent to the author pretty quickly but that shows you the level of support of this product. It is not a professional level application but rather a nice shareware app for those who are just getting started and can't afford to pay for a true email server.
Odd that you equate a "true" mail server with the level of support.
Isn't that like saying if you produce a crappy product, it doesn't matter how bad it is, as long as someone will reply to your email or pick up a phone and say hello when you have a problem?
Write an email to the developer and he will write back quickly, helping you solve your problem. That has been my experience while using EIMS, since it was AIMS (Apple Internet Mail Server) back in 1996.
Use this at 3 school district... easy to setup, very stable and management is a snap.
You can easily get support, from author and community, at
the best mailserver ever seen !!!
400 Dollars? Without support? Why? There are many better email-servers out there: postfix, sendmail, emacs just to name a few and they are all free.
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