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BrowseGate 3 is a NAT/Proxy server. Allows virtually ALL and ANY connection types to pass through it in both directions, unless configured it's built in firewall to block certain inbound or outbound ports on one or more of the available network cards.
Fully networked fax server plus clients system that uses TCP/IP connectivity for all communication between server and clients. Clients can have access to just their own, or all faxes held on the server, depending on login rights they are assigned. Faxes can be both sent and received by the server, and the use of multiple fax modems is fully supported. Received faxes can be routed to login accounts or even groups, optional security timeouts to log clients off are provided, which stops all access to client configuration settings. Faxes may be printed locally or remotely, and the server can generate automatic printing of faxes, cover sheets and transmission reports on both received and outgoing faxes if required. No network shares or user permissions are required on the fax server's machine due to the use of TCP/IP for all connections between server and clients, making the system easy to install and also more secure. A full programmers API is provided to allow you to "fax enable" your own applications, even if the NetCfax server is on a different networked PC, using the API's built in TCP communications ability.
BusinessMail 4 is a multi threaded Intranet/Internet email server designed specifically for the business environment. It offers single and multiple email domain support, a built-in web mail interface, built-in user configurable anti-spam address and subject/body matching systems, user & domain aliasing, powerful routing/filtering, flexible connection scheduling, remote administration via simple emails, support for permanent connections such as ADSL, Roadrunner and other cable modems, and all types of dial-up connections, automatic SMTP mail collection (if you have a permanent Internet connection and an MX record) and also via POP3 from multiple pop3 mailboxes.