Mercury Mail Transport System is a standards-based mail server software that acts as a post office for a group of users and takes care of receiving and sending mail and managing mailboxes. Mercury is from the maker of Pegasus Mail.
Mercury has extensive options and has very good filters. Below a limited list of the options:
- Mercury supports globally used mail standards, including POP3, SMTP, IMAP, PH, and SSL.
- Mercury has built in various filtering options such as content filtering, general-purpose filtering, system content management policies and Lukas Gebauer's powerful Bayesian spam filter, called SpamHalter. With Mercury's filtering options you have total control over your mail.
Some organizations use Mercury Mail Transport System to filter email before it is handled by Exchange servers.
- Mercury has a full mailing list manager who can handle mailing lists with more than ten thousand users and can be configured entirely at his own discretion.
- Mercury can be programmed and expanded with a large number of plugins.
- Mercury is easy to install: the installation program does most of the work for you. The extensive help that is available for each individual point of the configuration provides answers to all the remaining questions and is definitely worth reading in case of doubt.
- Mercury Mail Transport System is fast and robust: it can handle a lot of mail without adversely affecting the progress of the processes.
With one Mercury server - for which an old PC can be used - thousands of mailboxes can be served. Mercury works for months on end without any maintenance.
Ideal for non-profit organizations, foundations and associations. Mercury is free for these institutions. Companies must purchase a license.
You can free download Mercury Mail Transport System and safe install the latest trial or new full version for Windows 10 (x32, 64 bit, 86) from the official site.
Devices: Desktop PC, Laptop (ASUS, HP, DELL, Acer, Lenovo, MSI), Ultrabook
OS: Professional, Enterprise, Education, Home Edition, versions: 1507, 1511, 1607, 1703, 1709, 1803, 1809