Security Software Antivirus Software Kerio MailServer for Windows

Kerio MailServer for Windows 6.7.3.7919 for Windows

by Kerio Technologies Inc.

Avg. Rating 3.6 (53 votes)

File Details

File Size 65.8 MB
License Shareware, $449.00
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 4,900
Publisher Kerio Technologies Inc.
Homepage Kerio MailServer
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Kerio MailServer represents a new generation of mail servers designed for corporate networks. To help combat increasing security threats, it offers a wide range of features to keep email from being intercepted, infected by computer viruses, or sent as spam. It offers modern email services, such as email access via IMAP protocol, secure web interface, or a cellular phone with WAP support. It also allows for creating public folders or setting up automatic replies.

Latest Reviews

kc_sw_engnr

kc_sw_engnr reviewed v6.1.1 on Dec 22, 2005

I installed Kerio MailServer about 1 1/2 years ago on our Linux server, replacing Cyrus IMAP and Sendmail. For the price, I have found this software to be an excellent value. It has reduced my Sys Admin time significantly...the admin console is extremely user friendly. Adding users, adjusting quotas, configuring anti-spam rules, viewing logs, are all very intuitive. We use the Outlook Connector on our local machines and our remote office users use the Web Mail component. There have been a few issues to deal with, but overall I have been pleased with the software. After the first year, I added the optional McAfee AntiVirus package and it has caught numerous e-mails with viruses in attachments.

Entenie

Entenie reviewed v6.1.0 Beta 5 on Aug 22, 2005

Great software. The e-mail support is one of the worst support I've ever had. The phonesupport, though, is excellent! Kerio Mailserver is very easy to install and use, as well as the Kerio Winroute program. Thumbs up :)

scoot

scoot reviewed v6.0.0 on Oct 12, 2004

LORD - go to the kerio website and you will see all the changes detailed there.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v6.0.0 Beta 4.3 on Jun 24, 2004

Previously, there were some kinks I had to work out to get it to work properly. Once I got the gray bar moved out of the way so I could see everything (took an uninstall and reinstall) then I could move around. I noticed right off the bat that there was no whitelist feature. how can you have a blacklist, without having a whitelist? Why is that important? Well we all know that yahoo and hotmail are beds of spam, but from time to time, there are legit users that need to send mail from those domains. You can't blacklist each account separately because that would take thousands of entries. So you block the entire domain in the blacklist. Then in the whitelist, you put in the addresses that you know are good, which in today's world, can't be anymore than 20 at most.

Now, with no changes being posted, how the hell am I supposed to know what to look for, or if it's even worth my time to try testing again?

Sorry, no posted changes, no more testing.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v5.7.8 on Apr 19, 2004

Also, wth is with the gray bar obscuring the view in the console. That's so annoying. Isn't a 30 day limit enough?

techt

techt reviewed v5.7.2 on Nov 9, 2003

5 Stars for the great Mail Server Product. But
1 Star for the Price.

Hello Kerio please make a home user version for non commercial use of this Product. Around 100 bucks or so on.
And I order this Product ASAP.

baarsel

baarsel reviewed v5.7.0 Beta 1 on Sep 16, 2003

It's a great server, but indeed: the price is amazing! Well, not for a great server like this, but they don't care a ### about home-users who would like to run this server. Not a personal or light-version, nothing! Those users are "forced" to use an illegal version... So, five stars for the server, one star for "normal-user" support: an average of three stars.

dzjepp

dzjepp reviewed v5.7.0 Beta 1 on Aug 26, 2003

Wow... this software costs 400 bucks. Is it really really good? (This is more of a comment and not a review. I gave it a neutral 3 stars).

Avg. Rating 3.6 (53 votes)
Your Rating
kc_sw_engnr

kc_sw_engnr reviewed v6.1.1 on Dec 22, 2005

I installed Kerio MailServer about 1 1/2 years ago on our Linux server, replacing Cyrus IMAP and Sendmail. For the price, I have found this software to be an excellent value. It has reduced my Sys Admin time significantly...the admin console is extremely user friendly. Adding users, adjusting quotas, configuring anti-spam rules, viewing logs, are all very intuitive. We use the Outlook Connector on our local machines and our remote office users use the Web Mail component. There have been a few issues to deal with, but overall I have been pleased with the software. After the first year, I added the optional McAfee AntiVirus package and it has caught numerous e-mails with viruses in attachments.

Entenie

Entenie reviewed v6.1.0 Beta 5 on Aug 22, 2005

Great software. The e-mail support is one of the worst support I've ever had. The phonesupport, though, is excellent! Kerio Mailserver is very easy to install and use, as well as the Kerio Winroute program. Thumbs up :)

scoot

scoot reviewed v6.0.0 on Oct 12, 2004

LORD - go to the kerio website and you will see all the changes detailed there.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v6.0.0 Beta 4.3 on Jun 24, 2004

Previously, there were some kinks I had to work out to get it to work properly. Once I got the gray bar moved out of the way so I could see everything (took an uninstall and reinstall) then I could move around. I noticed right off the bat that there was no whitelist feature. how can you have a blacklist, without having a whitelist? Why is that important? Well we all know that yahoo and hotmail are beds of spam, but from time to time, there are legit users that need to send mail from those domains. You can't blacklist each account separately because that would take thousands of entries. So you block the entire domain in the blacklist. Then in the whitelist, you put in the addresses that you know are good, which in today's world, can't be anymore than 20 at most.

Now, with no changes being posted, how the hell am I supposed to know what to look for, or if it's even worth my time to try testing again?

Sorry, no posted changes, no more testing.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v5.7.8 on Apr 19, 2004

Also, wth is with the gray bar obscuring the view in the console. That's so annoying. Isn't a 30 day limit enough?

techt

techt reviewed v5.7.2 on Nov 9, 2003

5 Stars for the great Mail Server Product. But
1 Star for the Price.

Hello Kerio please make a home user version for non commercial use of this Product. Around 100 bucks or so on.
And I order this Product ASAP.

baarsel

baarsel reviewed v5.7.0 Beta 1 on Sep 16, 2003

It's a great server, but indeed: the price is amazing! Well, not for a great server like this, but they don't care a ### about home-users who would like to run this server. Not a personal or light-version, nothing! Those users are "forced" to use an illegal version... So, five stars for the server, one star for "normal-user" support: an average of three stars.

dzjepp

dzjepp reviewed v5.7.0 Beta 1 on Aug 26, 2003

Wow... this software costs 400 bucks. Is it really really good? (This is more of a comment and not a review. I gave it a neutral 3 stars).

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