SurgeMail
SurgeMail
73o4

1.0

SurgeMail free download for Mac

SurgeMail

73o4
22 May 2019

Easy to install and manage mail server.

Overview

SurgeMail is a complete, advanced Mail Server, SurgeMail is secure, easy to install and manage. This email server is fast, reliable and feature rich, with integrated WebMail. Users can create and manage blogs. Advanced spam filtering, enhanced SPF stops most spam early. Supports all relevant RFC protocols POP3, SMTP, IMAP4, LDAP, HTTP, TLS/SSL. Highly scalable, 10 to unlimited users, unlimited domains.

What's new in SurgeMail

Version 73o4:
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4 SurgeMail Reviews

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Essadee
14 January 2013

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$75 is a lot of money for something Apple's OS X Server does a lot better for $19.
Like (3)
Version 63c2
Essadee
14 January 2013
$75 is a lot of money for something Apple's OS X Server does a lot better for $19.
Like (3)
Version 63c2
1 answer(s)
Prince-Isaac
Prince-Isaac
21 February 2013
+1 and with the UI advantage of not looking like a horrible Windows port. It probably uses "wizards" as well since knowledge of the black arts is usually needed to install and maintain Windows systems, whereas Mac use Assistants.
Like (2)
Zaph
11 March 2009
Surgemail is a very solid, dependable, workhorse of a mail server. Which is exactly what it needs to be. It doesn't crash, it filters well, it's fast, and mature. Surgeweb is a great improvement for webmail (though it's still on the improve). Once it's setup, you won't have to think about your mail at all, it just works.
Like (2)
Version 4.0c
1 answer(s)
Jordansim
Jordansim
31 August 2009
Hi, please can you eMail me and help with with this i dont know how to set it up. Thanks My Email is Jordan@jordansim.co.uk
Like (1)
Version 4.1a
Pfettes
02 June 2006
I think the first review was wrote by the developer. Who's he kidding. The price is a RIP and the product unpolished. Other solutions are available cheeper or free.
Like (2)
Version 3.7b8
1 answer(s)
Aaron-Faby
Aaron-Faby
03 July 2006
A rip compared to what? Go price your alternatives. And I'm not talking about open source products that, while great in their own right, have 10% of Surgemail's functionality that would take a week or more to setup properly for someone who wasn't an open source guru to begin with. The only unpolished part of SM is it's web interface, which really isn't that difficult to figure out. Surgemail unlimited license: $870 Kerio or Communigate: forget that new car you wanted to buy
Like (4)
Version 3.7b8
Aaron-Faby
05 May 2006
As a service provider, I have tried just about every commercial and open source mail server out there. Surgemail is by far the best product I have used thus far. The feature set can't be beat for the price point. You get 95% of the features of CGP and Kerio for a tiny fraction of the cost. Every user has complete control over their accounts in the web interface. They can configure their own server side filters, spam filters, etc. The amount of control you have over mail services is amazing. It also includes a nice webmail client and a blog/file sharing service called SurgePlus. The only negatives are that the web interface is a bit clunky and it seems to crash once in a while. The developers and support team are responsive and helpful. Overall, you can't go wrong with Surgemail.
Like (2)
Version 3.7b6