UserGate Mail Server basic features include domain and account management, Web-client, distribution list support, directory services and remote accounts management, LDAP support and a powerful and flexible rules system.
UserGate Mail Server can run on one or more domains at the same time. Domain is the key setting of the mail server. Administrator may list domains to be processed by the mail server. UserGate Mail Server also supports remote domains.
LDAP Sync option in mail domain settings can be used to synchronize accounts with LDAP directory, for example, MS Active Directory. This allows centralized accounts management, reduces potential errors and makes mail server administration an easier process.
UserGate Mail Server supports access to e-mail via a web-based application (UserGate WebMail). You can use the web client to receive access to all functions of your mail from any web browser.
You can administer the mail server no matter where you are or which browser application you are using.
Mail downloaders with POP3 and IMAP support help manage remote accounts.
UserGate Mail Server supports two mail distribution modes. When in Public mode, you can send messages from any address. When in Membership mode, only users listed in the distribution settings will be allowed to send messages to a group distribution address.
UserGate Mail Server processes messages in accordance with rules (Message Rules). A rule is a set of conditions combined under an AND/OR function into one or several actions that will be initiated if a certain condition is true. Mail server processes rules step by step in a downward order, and each given message may be processed by several rules. For nonlinear processing, the application offers you to “Stop processing,” after which all downstream rules will not be considered, and “Go to rule” to move to a certain rule downstream in the rules list.