Qualcomm Inc. this week shipped its commercial e-mail server for the Mac.
Version 2.0 of Eudora Internet Mail Server, a revision to the server Qualcomm acquired from Apple earlier this year, offers remote administration, multiple domain and anti-spamming features, according to Qualcomm (see 09.15.97, Page 1).
A single copy of the $199 server can receive mail addressed to multiple domains, and it can be configured to reject mail from certain domains or TCP/IP addresses, Qualcomm said. In addition, administrators can prevent the server from being used as a relay server for so-called spammers.
EIMS 2.0, which supports SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) and Post Office Protocol 3 (POP 3), also provides directory services through the Ph protocol. Version 2.0 sports a revised interface and the capability to set up automatic replies from the server. Administrators can also configure the server to connect to the Internet intermittently.
Qualcomm said EIMS 1.x will continue to be available for free.
Qualcomm Inc. of San Diego can be reached at (619) 658-1291 or (800) 238-3672; http://www.eudora.com.