IMAP4 Server

EmailArchitect Email Server complies standard IMAP4 protocol. Configurations of IMAP4 service via Web Administration is fast and simple. IMAP4 service supports connection control based on client IP address.

I/O Completion Technology

Instead of traditional multiple-threadings technology, I/O completion is used in EmailArchitect Email Server. It delivers the highest performance on Windows Platform as only one thread can handle thousands of concurrent socket connection. Low CPU and memory usage contributes to the maximum performance on a single server.

Connection Control

In EmailArchitect Email Server, you can limit the maximum number of connection from a single IP. This can effectively stop vicious attack. In Connection Control, the IP addresses can be represented by wildcard(*,?) or CIDR syntax to describe the IP addresses range accurately.

Wildcard(*,?) and CIDR syntax

Compatible with Most Popular E-mail Client Tools

EmailArchitect IMAP4 services are compatible with most popluar e-mail client tools such as Outlook, Outlook Express, Netscape Mail, Eudora and etc.

Email Client Settings

SSL/TLS Connection

EmailArchitect Email Server also supports SSL/TLS connection in IMAP4 service. Confidential message can be transferred under secure socket layer.

Messages and Folders Management

EmailArchitect Email Server support multiple mailboxes (folders) in one user account, the default mailbox is "Inbox". User can create, subscribe, unsubscribe, delete and rename folder and create, read, reply, forward, move and delete message with IMAP4 service.

IDLE Extensional Command

IMAP4 Service implements the IDLE extensional command of IMAP4 protocol, this command push new email notification to email client to let user get new email as soon as the email is delivered to the mailbox. Note: not all email clients support this feature, outlook/outlook express are well-known supporting this.

Multiple IP addresses and Ports Binding

By default, SMTP/POP3/IMAP4/Remote Object Call services listen on all IP addresses of the server. However, system administrator can control which IP address and Port to be binded to specific service.

Learn more about "Mutliple IP addresses/ports binding".