Mail Server Overview
MailEnable has been chosen by some of the world’s largest hosting companies as their solution for hosted email and collaboration. The impressive webmail, mobile connectivity, anti-spam and other features have cemented its place as an industry leader.
The best way to experience MailEnable is to download and install the unrestricted free or trial versions, but here is snapshot of what is possible with MailEnable.
Exchange ActiveSync for MailEnable
Contacts, Appointments Messages on your Mobile Devices. Anytime, Anywhere.
Modern smart phones and mobile devices have a variety of methods to access email, contacts, calendars, tasks and files that are stored in “the Cloud”.
MailEnable supports all the major protocols needed for proper synchronisation. Changes are reflected in all devices connecting to a mailbox, ensuring you have the access to the data you need, when you need it.
MailEnable allows mobile phones to synchronize this data via ActiveSync, SyncML, CardDAV, CalDAV and WebDAV.
MAPI Connector for Microsoft Outlook
Users of Outlook will likely be familiar with the features for personal calendaring, contact management, and task tracking, and MailEnable Webmail users will also be aware of these same features supported through the webmail client. Now with the MAPI connector, these two features are connected, bringing your server hosted calendar to your Outlook client on your desktop computer, along with your contact and task lists.
Changes made in both Outlook and the webmail client are communicated in real-time, so you can always be sure you have the most up-to-date data at your fingertips. You can schedule an appointment using Outlook when you are at work, add a “To-do” item to your task list, and update the mobile phone number of a contact. Then when you are away
Video: MAPI Connector – Contacts Appointments
from your desk, you can still get access to your information from the webmail client, with all the latest updates made at your work desk. And, of course, likewise in reverse – if you get a phone call while you are away from your office, and you need to reschedule that appointment, you can use webmail to make the change, and when you get back to your desk, it will be updated, and you won’t miss anything.
Webmail that works like a Desktop Mail Client
The MailEnable webmail client provides an impressive experience for those accessing email via the browser and is optimized for mobile devices like the iPhone/iPad. Fast access to calendars, tasks and contacts is very important and small things like inline contact cards, streaming of video links, contact photos, and schedules all contribute to the end-user experience.
For example, inline contact cards provide an instant snapshot of the details of the sender, if they have already been added to the Address Book. If the contact does not exist then it will facilitate a means to quickly add it.
Store and Share your Files in the Cloud
MailEnable allows users to store documents, files, images, video etc on the MailEnable server in their ‘MyFiles’ storage location.
With MyFiles you can use MailEnable as a cloud storage provider and mailbox owners are able to access their “My Files” folder as a network drive over the WebDAV protocol as well publish them to the web community.
For example, a person can take a photo with their iPhone and immediately save it to MyFiles.
Video: MAPI Connector – My Files