Santa Barbara, CA, January 6, 2004.
Tenon Intersystems announced today that iTools 7.2, its web server package for Apple's Mac OS X, now supports a version of WEBmail and a WEBcalendar. Tenon's iTools anytime, anywhere WEBmail enables users to access email, via POP or IMAP, from any device running a browser. WEBmail 5.2 is fully customizable, for rebranding and localization, and can be hand-tailored with unique logos and banner advertising on a virtual host-by-virtual host basis.
Tenon's iTools WEBmail was developed by EMUmail, Inc. (http://www.emumail.com), a widely respected vendor of web-based mail systems. WEBmail 5.2 lets users choose between several "skins" to change the look and feel of the product. Other WEBmail features include: an HTML text editor, new message notification, multiple attachments, address books with Outlook Express importing, group list support, WEBcalendar integration, user definable folders, outbox for sent messages, real-time SPAM filtering, customizable tag line for site branding, blind carbon copy, spell check, quoted reply, forwarding, per-user or per-domain message quotas, and per-user or per-domain access restrictions.
The customizable version of WEBmail, with its companion WEBcalendar, is available in three packages: Small Business Edition, $500; Corporate Edition, $750; and Service Provider Edition, $1500. WEBmail, combined with Tenon's new Post.Office 3.5.3, gives system administrators a complete & very powerful mail solution on Mac OS X. A limited-time special "Serverware" bundle combines Tenon's iTools (Apache, DNS, and FTP configuration tools), Post.Office (mail server and list server), WEBmail, WEBcalendar, plus Tenon's well-regarded technical support for only $999. While iTools, Post.Office and WEBmail certainly run on Apple's new Panther server, Tenon recommends the less expensive "client" OS (10.2+) for an equally high-performance, easy to administer server platform. See the Tenon web site for more details: .
Founded in 1989, Tenon Intersystems is a leader in high-performance networking. Tenon technology has provided the framework for world-class networking on the Macintosh for over a decade. Tenon is continuing that tradition on Mac OS X. Tenon Intersystems can be reached in the U.S. at 805-963-6983, by the internet at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via the web at .