MailEnable can monitor and store all incoming and outgoing mail to allow audit and tracking of all email communications through the system via a plug-in utility. Global content filters can automatically remove emails with certain words and/or phrases to restrict the flow of unwanted or explicit email.
Authentication methods such as CRAM MD5
, NTLM and advanced relay settings can control user access to your mail server. Accounts can be locked out after too many failed attempts to prevent an unauthorized user from gaining access to the system.
MailEnable uses several advanced anti-spam tools
to reduce the amount of junk mail received. Integration of third party anti-virus scanning
means that mail arriving and leaving the system is clean and virus free.
User level access measures ensure that end users, such as students or teachers, have restricted access to advanced features and settings.
MailEnable will also allow you to send mail through your local network without the need for an external SMTP server.
MailEnable simplifies communication for schools. The software includes a bulk mail feature (i.e. mail all users in the system) that is useful to email out newsletters or other communications. You can target this more effectively by creating groups of users (e.g. all staff or all students). Discussion lists
can be created around topics of interest or for particular groups, allowing users to subscribe to a list and converse via email.
can store relevant documents for users (e.g.: school policies, timetables etc.), and a global address list means that everyone on the system has access to up-to-date contact information.
Webmail includes a personal calendar
can be used by teachers to book in appointments or meetings with other staff or students, and send automatic invitations by email. Both staff and students can use this calendar feature to record due dates for homework assignments or other meetings. You can also share calendars, mailboxes, tasks and contacts with other webmail users and synchronize items with Microsoft Outlook.