FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Anita Holmgren
Tenon’s NetTen 1.4 — Industrial-strength Mail Server Public Beta Now Available
Santa Barbara, CA, July 30, 1999. NetTen 1.4, a new version of Tenon’s
mail, POP mail, and IMAP server, is available for public beta. NetTen is
based on Post.Office, a powerful mail server developed by Software.com.
Software.com is the uncontested leader in mail server software, having sold
licenses for more than twenty-five million electronic mailboxes worldwide
and representing 64% of the mail server market. Now with NetTen, Macintosh
users can enjoy Software.com’s premier mail server software.
NetTen is the most robust, scalable, easy-to-administer, high-performance,
multidomain mail server solution for Mac OS. Tenon’s powerful mail server
has the ability to pre-screen incoming messages, discarding unwanted mail
according to a sophisticated set of filtering rules.
Running a mail server on Power Macs in Tenon’s unique environment means
that administrators no longer have to be concerned with Macintosh file
system limitations. NetTen can support an unlimited number of multihomed
mail accounts and can service over 10,000 messages per minute.
NetTen supports SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) for multiple domains
on a single host. It supports automatic reply and integrated POP3, IMAP4
and MIME mail services. In addition, it provides robust, anti-spam features
and “fill-in-the-blank”, web-based administration in a single package that
is easy to install, configure and maintain.
NetTen also includes DNS (domain name service). This new version of NetTen
coexists nicely with WebTen, Tenon’s point and click Apache web server and
can be used with Tenon’s WEBmail, included with iTools 5.0 and WebTen 3.0.
NetTen 1.4 is a free update to all NetTen customers. The software is
downloadable for a 14-day trial and is $495 for unlimited, multidomain mail
accounts. To download the beta, see:
Founded in 1989, Tenon Intersystems is a leader in high-performance
networking. Tenon technology, combined with the power of Apple’s G3-based
machines, is providing the framework for world-class networking on the
Macintosh. Tenon Intersystems can be reached in the U.S. at 805-963-6983,
by the internet at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via the web at http://www.tenon.com.