The problems are well known when using free e-mail providers or shared hosting mail servers: My e-mail was sent but was it received on the other side? Why are my e-mails rejected by a blacklist? Are my e-mails secure when hundreds of other users are storing their mails on the same mailserver?
E-Mails are business critical and you should not be asking the questions above. The Private Mailbox Server offers a purely dedicated mailbox server in a highly available and redundant mail infrastructure. Your e-mails are stored securely on a private mailbox server; no other customers are using your mailbox server nor are able to access it.
|Debian Linux (Stable or Oldstable)
|Yes, RBL and anti spam rules
|Each mailbox can define own white- or blacklists
|Yes, SSL/TLS on all protocols
|Server Side Filters
|Yes with Sieve Rules
|Yes for outgoing (sending) mails.
Optional for incoming (receiving) mails.
|Web user interface
|Number of domains
|Number of mailboxes
|Number of e-mail addresses
|Background Management by Infiniroot
|Regular System Updates