Free mail system

Started by #vikup34, Jul 04, 2022, 10:29 PM

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Need your opinion, how it can be realized:

1. It will allow users to create mailboxes on the server through the web interface
2. Mail filtering software

Who did that - any information will be valuable.

Thank you for attention !


1. I can recommend a bunch of qmail + vmailmgr. It will be possible to set any redirection, disk quota for a particular mailbox, max. letter size for a particular mailbox, max. number of letters that can be in a particular mailbox.

2. As an anti-virus system, I recommend qmail-scanner + Sophos Sweep (freebie seeer). Cuts off all viruses.
We have SpamAssassin as a spam filter. Satisfied with the performance of the system.


If a complicated interface is your main problem with Outlook, then Mailbird is one of the best alternatives for you. Mailbird is designed for the user - an intuitive interface and simple design allow you to quickly navigate through the application. That's why most people can get the hang of the app in 5 minutes, while it can take days or more to get used to Outlook.

Those unfamiliar with Mailbird may find that it has fewer features than Outlook. That is not true. In fact, Mailbird's features are more powerful than those of Outlook, and are available without cluttering the application too much.

When it comes to brands, Gmail and Outlook are equally recognizable. Gmail is one of the most popular web email clients, but there is one important difference between it and the rest (including Outlook) - Gmail is a web client.
Webmail has obvious advantages: you can access it from anywhere and on any computer without having to install a separate application. However, there are also disadvantages, such as the inability to read your old emails without access to the network, as well as fewer features and functions than the application.

eM Client
Judging by the interface and user experience, eM Client is the exact opposite of Outlook. It offers a simple, user-friendly design that isn't overwhelmed by a bunch of useless bells and whistles. The entire interface is also subject to your wishes, which makes it even easier for the user.
It has a built-in calendar, instant messaging application, and supports major mailboxes (such as Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, etc.).

Mozilla Thunderbird is often cited as one of the best Outlook alternatives due to its advanced customization options. That app has a lot of standard features, but also tons of add-ons that you can install to add even more features to it. One of the most popular features of Thunderbird is its security system. For those who want their personal communications to remain private, Thunderbird allows you to encrypt web  emails.

Spark was created by the Ukrainian company Readdle, which develops applications. They launched Spark back in 2015.

Spark has mobile apps for iPhones and Android devices. A desktop version is available for macOS. A Windows version is under development. That mail app syncs Outlook, iCloud, Google, Yahoo, Exchange and IMAP mail accounts. Smart mailbox selects important letters. You can also pin important emails. There is a possibility of group operations with letters.
In addition, you will be able to receive notifications when you receive emails from people you know. With Spark, you can collaborate with employees. It allows you to co-write drafts or add personal notes. Managers can delegate tasks via web  email from a mailbox. You can set deadlines and track progress. There is a familiar function of delayed sending, reminders of unanswered letters, turning off notifications and customizable signatures for letters.

There is a free version of Spark. The best collaboration tools are available on the Premium plan, which costs $6.39 per user per month and is billed on an annual basis. For information about enterprise pricing plans, contact the Spark developers.

Spark is best for:

Small and medium companies.
Large companies.
Team work.
Task management