Mail Transfer Agent


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Mail Transfer Agent

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2 is a Microsoft Exchange alternative that combines unique support for drop-in compatibility and open-source technologies such as Linux and AJAX web-client access, efficient high availability, standards-based backup and restore, high-volume Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) processing, and low-cost commodity storage.
2 is a Microsoft Exchange alternative that combines unique support for drop-in compatibility with open-source technologies such as Linux and AJAX web-client access, efficient high availability, standards-based backup and restore, high-volume Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) processing, and low-cost commodity storage.
of the Open Source sendmail Mail Transfer Agent (MTA)
The Sendmail Innovation Awards honored companies in three categories: Innovative Use of the Sendmail Mail Transfer Agent (MTA); Sendmail Milter Innovation and Innovative Open Source Contribution.
Collective Technologies and Sendmail will provide integrated services for Sendmail's Internet Mail solutions, which include enhanced mail routing, hosting and application services, built upon the ubiquitous sendmail(TM) mail transfer agent (MTA).
the leading global provider of trusted messaging today, announced that starting in Q1 2007 the Sendmail Trusted Unified Messaging Platform (TrUMP) will support the Postfix Open Source Mail Transfer Agent (MTA).
It has become the de facto implementation standard and is the only mail transfer agent that has been performance-tested with the explosive growth of the Internet.
Berkeley, Sendmail Founder and Chief Science Officer, Eric Allman began work on his version of the SMTP implementation that became sendmail, the Open Source Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) that emerged as the standard for Internet Mail, which is today responsible for handling more than 65 percent of the email messages sent worldwide.
Twenty-five years ago, Sendmail's founder Eric Allman, created the first mail transfer agent (MTA), which enabled Internet Mail communication that millions have come to rely upon every day.