Monthly Archives: January 2020
The hmailserver mail server developed by Martin Knife is completely free and works with the Windows operating system platform. The server is equipped with tools such as backup, administration, it also supports email protocols such as POP3, IMAP, SMTP. All messages arriving by mail are stored in the MIME format on the hard disk, and indexes and settings in databases such as MySQL, MSSQL and others. This mail server is equipped with the most necessary and common functions that are supported by most other similar resources. The most common ones include mailing lists, multimedia, aliases, and others. In order for the mail service to work with maximum performance and provide comfort in working with mail, it must be correctly configured. It is also possible to use various clients to work with hmailserver, which must also be configured correctly. Continue reading
Elastix today is a universal multifunctional solution with which you can quickly deploy a VoIP service. At the moment, it is he who remains the most convenient and multitasking solution. On the basis of Elastix, in addition to the VoIP service, you can deploy other information exchange solutions.
The Elastix project was launched in 2006 as an interface for calling reports in the Asterisk software telephone platform. Then this project became one of the Asterisk distributions.
Elastix is designed not only to provide high-quality telephone communications, but also to integrate other means of communication, which ultimately will significantly increase the productivity of company employees. Elastix is based on the Linux CentOS 5 distribution, is easy to install and configure using the Web interface. Continue reading
In order to under
stand the capabilities and the unifi configuration system, you need to know a little about the product itself.
Unifi is a WiFi system that includes a large number of access points. It is equipped with a controller that allows for programming and thus opens up wide possibilities for use.
The controller allows you to differentiate users by access right, display on the administrator’s monitor the coverage area of each of the access points, and much more. Continue reading