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Expanding Communication provides an enterprise-class email server for businesses and organizations of all sizes.  Maxwell Worthington combines best-in-breed open-source software (BBOSS) to provide high-volume email services for your productivity platform.

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Expanding Communication is a standards compliant solution that offers email access through standard protocols and a full-featured web interface.  Access email from your computer or mobile device using IMAP and POP3 protocols.  Mobile devices which support the ActiveSync protocol from Microsoft can receive email using an open-source implementation.

Webmail may be your only way to access email away from your computer.  Most webmail programs lack features.  Expanding Communication includes the powerful SOGo groupware interface which looks and acts like a real email client inside a web browser.

Expanding Communication Compatibility

The Expanding Communication email server is compatible with Windows, Mac OSX, Linux and Unix, MS Outlook, MacMail, Thunderbird, iOS, Android, Blackberry and more.  The high compatibility of Expanding Communication makes it ideal to add to your existing platform or to expand your platform with bring-your-own-device integrations (BYOD).

Expanding Communication Software

The Expanding Communication email server includes several best-in-breed open-source software (BBOSS) components to provide high-volume email services on a Linux server.  Maxwell Worthington's installation and management tools ensure that all software is installed and configured properly.

The heart of the email server is the Postfix mail transfer agent and SMTP server.  Mail delivery is performed by the Dovecot IMAP and POP3 server.  Email scanning is accomplished with SpamAssassin, Clam Anti-virus, and Amavisd-new.  Scalable Open Groupware dot org (SOGo) provides instant access to email and provides excellent middleware for calendering and contact management.

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