Information on running MailEnable on a non-server verison of Microsoft Windows, such as Windows 10 or Windows 11 with respect to restrictions and licensing.
Whilst current versions of MailEnable's webmail can be run on non-server versions of Microsoft Windows, it is not recommended on the grounds of scalability. IIS is provided as part of non-server operating systems, but may be limited to a maximum of 10 concurrent connections, or will queue connections (with Windows 8, Windows 10), which may give either error messages, or have it operate a lot slower. Support for MailEnable is only available when running a server version of Microsoft Windows, as there is no formal testing done for client operating systems.
Note: Review the Microsoft End User Licensing Agreement and product documentation regarding any limitations of using Windows 8/10 in the capacity of a "Server".
Connection problems with Outlook 2002 (Office XP) on Windows XP with MailEnable: Article ME020213
|Product:||MailEnable (ME-Any Pro-Any Pro-1.X Ent-Any Ent-1.X)|
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|Revised:||Monday, December 6, 2021|