Advanced SMTP Server


License: Free to try
Downloads: 13
Op. System: Win98, WinME, WinNT 3.x, WinNT 4.x, Windows2000, WinXP, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Windows2003, Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows Vista Home Basic x64, Windows Vista Home Premium x64, Windows Vista Business x64, Windows Vista Enterprise x64, Windows Vista Ultimate x64
Last updated: 08-22-2011
File size: 13.72 MB
Publisher: IM-Soft
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Publisher description for Advanced SMTP Server

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Advanced SMTP Server is a system-tray local SMTP server program for Windows that lets you send email messages directly from your computer to recipient mailboxes. Along with a mass mailer the program can be used as a relay server for sending newsletters, distributing messages to different mailing lists, sending notifications to your customers, as well as for sending personalized messages. You can use it instead of your ISP's SMTP server to increase your security an privacy. Advanced SMTP Server supports all email programs like Outlook Express, Outlook, Eudora, etc. The email program you already use for sending and receiving messages can be connected to the server in a very easy way - just by using the word "localhost" instead of your current SMTP host. Having done so, you can send messages in a usual manner. Advanced SMTP Server is very fast, while sending, it establishes dozens of SMTP connections, and gets the most out of your Internet connection. Advanced SMTP Server is able to send thousands of emails per minute with a regular DSL Internet connection. The user interface of the program is very easy to learn, excellent documentation is included.

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Visitor: Arthur Lemay
I installed the free demo version and it works very well. It sits in the systems tray and does not need to be maximized as other products seen to require. I felt adequately warned about the port 25 problem and I think the first comment is unfair about this issue. It does seem a little pricy at first, but many other competitive products has a "seat" based pricing structure which brings up a network price much higher than this product. The documentation in the sales literature leaves a lot to be desired. But, it installs fast, is unobtrusive and works.
General rate: Positive
Visitor: Stanley Jamison
I purchased the software in good faith and when i tried to use it, the software states my port 25 in being blocked. This may be true,yet no where in their advertisment do the company state you will have to change your ISP in order to get it to work. I have changed twice, this is crap. I feel this is deceptive practive. They will not refund my money stating some where in their fine print it states no refunds. I believe a lot of people haven't come forward on this matter. I am not spamming anyone so I don't need to hide under a rock with some shady ISP to send my email. I feel in hindsight the email software is intended for spammers. As a matter of fact, they spammed me, that's how I found out about it. Who ever reads this, be sure you want to change ISP's before you buy it. I found a service that the software works with, but it is $199.00 per 6 months to have access to the list(open relay servers)SPAMMER servers. Sorry, I don't SPAM and I can't and won't associate myself with the worst aggravators on the NET next to IP messages. I give this software every thumb I can find down. If someone knows of a way for me to get my money back from the internet pirates, please let me know, until then I will continue spreading the bad word on the SPAMMING facilitors.
General rate: Negative