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Corporate SMTP Server is a SMTP server program that can be used by corporations and Internet Service Providers where having an outgoing mail server is a necessity. It can be used along with virtually any mailer or email program including Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, Netscape and The Bat. Another feature is that Corporate SMTP Server can be installed on several computers while the common message queue can be kept on a separate dedicated PC. You can install the SMTP service of Corporate SMTP Server on several computers and configure all of them from a single PC where you can install the user interface of Corporate SMTP Server only. The SMTP service works as a NT service therefore it will keep working in the logoff mode. For software debugging and testing purposes, the program has a testing mode you can use to check if your email clients work correctly. After you enable the testing mode, the server will accept your email messages, store them in the queue but will not deliver them to the actual recipients.
Restrict access to your PC with Security Administrator. This password-protected security utility enables you to impose a variety of access restrictions to protect your privacy and stop others from tampering with your desktop. You can deny access to each individual component of several Control Panel applets, including Display, Network, Passwords, etc. You can disable your boot keys, context menus, DOS windows, Registry editing, and network access. Hide your desktop icons, individual drives, Start menu items, or even the entire taskbar. You can also apply password protection to Windows and restrict users to running specific applications only, control Internet usage, view statistics of working of your kids or employees. Security restrictions can be applied universally or to specific users. Documentation is available.