Axigen Mail Server

Axigen provides a professional e-mail server with AJAX Web interfaces for both administration and user Web mail. With Axigen, you'll have your e-mail server up and running in minutes, not days.

Mitch Frazier is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal and the Web Editor for


Mitch Frazier is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal.


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Groupware And Not Just Mailserver

Anonymous's picture

Look at Axigen as an MS Exchange Replacement. It surely won't scavenge as much as MS Exchange does and more importantly it's just not tied down to Doz. We run both Exim and Axigen and i a sure Exim based platforms cannot do as much as Axigen when it comes to many things that would otherwise need huge admin time and that also means costs which no one normally bothers to compute as most erroneously assume that sysadmin time is FREE.

Axigen with groupware and sharing is for Corporates looking at MS Exchange and not simply ail in ail out function.

Paying money for a mail

Anonymous's picture

Paying money for a mail server ??? loool


beww's picture

Axigen may be nice, but paying for a mail server goes against my religion.

Vpostmaster will do pretty much the same thing, but is free. A commercially supported version is also available. "Five-minute install" actually means what it says.

Python instead of AJAX, but my mail doesn't care.

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