Gordano Ltd. last week ported its Linux-based GLMail Internet e-mail system to Unix.
GLMail is mail server software that uses standard IPs such as the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and mail clients such as Post Office Protocol 3, Internet Message Access Protocol 4. It also features remote and local configuration via a Web-based browser, message and log archiving with automatic compression, and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol connectivity.
The mail server also features mail directory and search capabilities, as well as a scripting language and a Web Proxy server that acts as a gateway to the Internet for the office.
The company also makes mail systems for Windows NT/2000 networks. Gordano claims that over 10,000 companies use its mail systems globally.
GLMail costs US$750 for 50 users and is available now.