MailStore Server review by ITSMDaily – “the archiving solution that rocks”

Product review by ITSMDailyRun by Erik Blum, an IT Manager at one of the top 500 companies in the United States, is a news and reviews Web site aimed at IT professionals.

As a user of Microsoft Exchange, Erik made the choice to archive his email with MailStore Server instead of Exchange’s archiving features and is keen to share his findings with his audience.

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MailStore email archiver wins “Gold award” from

mailStore box shotExciting stuff! One of the leading Exchange resource sites today published a glowing review of MailStore giving it the highest category of praise and their coveted Gold award.


The author J. Peter Bruzzes, who’s an MVP and director of Exclusively Exchange gave a summary of the install process in his test lab environment. Not that we had any doubts, but we were extremely pleased to read his subsequent feedback which included quotes such as “I liked MailStore Server. I liked it a lot because it was incredibly easy-to-use, extremely flexible, reasonably priced and well supported”.

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MDaemon magazine review: – MDaemon 8 Pro ‘one of the most compelling mail servers on the market’

The review covers the recently-released MDaemon 8, with its emphasis on expanded groupware functions and security technologies. Concerning MDaemon’s built-in groupware functions, ServerWatch says the ‘WorldClient browser interface is slick…’ and the groupware data integrates ‘seamlessly between WorldClient and Outlook’, through Alt-N’s Outlook Connector plug-in.

MDaemon magazine review: ZDNet – MDaemon is already a good Exchange alternative, and it’s set to become even better

Alan Stevens reviews MDaemon 8 for ZDNet just prior to the release of Outlook Connector…”Popular with small to medium-sized businesses and beyond, MDaemon Pro is a fully featured SMTP mail server that can be further extended with a range of optional add-ons. Among these are an antivirus scanner and LDAP directory server plus MDaemon GroupWare, which adds Exchange-like collaboration features accessible both from the built-in Web client and via Outlook.”