IceWarp (News - Alert), an email hosting solutions provider, recently introduced IceWarp Server version 10.4. This revamped offering fully integrates corporate email applications with popular social media platforms.
Engineered specifically for data centers, the IceWarp Server provides users with an array of reliable, secure, highly customizable services. The newly launched version gives organizations new capabilities to handle extremely heavy email traffic including a desktop client that helps users to communicate with their Facebook, Skype (News - Alert) and Gmail contacts from one secure console.
A significantly faster Web Client supports thousands of clients without any impact to speed and reliability. IceWrap Server Version 10.4 also provides seamless integration with Microsoft (News - Alert) Outlook, making it a viable alternative to Microsoft Exchange.
With a new anti-spam filter with a gateway mode option, the solution helps eliminate the need for additional costly anti-spam and antivirus solutions such as Barracuda.
In a press release, Ladislav Goc, IceWarp president, said, “IceWarp is riding the software consumerization trend, making corporate messaging as reliable and easy to use as popular personal technology. But we are not forgetting the basics: the product’s consecutive versions can consistently handle higher e-mail traffic with more speed and reliability. IceWarp’s ISP clients worldwide are especially appreciative of this capability. This approach allowed us to register rapid and steady global growth, despite uncertain economic environments.”
Moreover, IceWrap Server Version 10.4 also offers an improved view with a calendar that provides quick access to scheduling availability, and a vCard that appears in the GAL for the server containing all resource details. Additionally, it also brings a completely reworked and more feature rich IVR for customers who are looking for a full-featured unified communications experience.
In other email hosting news, Infinitely Virtual, a California-based email hosting company and subsidiary of Altay Corporation, has added Microsoft’s SQL Server 2012 to its growing menu of servers, which will provide more rapid query performance and faster data discovery. To read the full report, click here.
Edited by Jamie Epstein