Tenon Updates Post.Office And Releases New Version Of WEBmail

Tenon Intersystems has released an update for Post.Office, bringing it to version 3.6 and a new version of WEBmail, bringing it to version 6. Post.Office is a mail and list server utility designed for the management of large volumes of email. The update features expanded plug-in support. WEBmail is a utility designed for Web based mail management. The latest release features an integrated Web calendar. According to Tenon Intersystems:

Two new mail packages, Post.Office 3.6 and WEBmail 6, are now available from Tenon for Mac OS X. Both Post.Office, the well-regarded mail server and list server widely used around the world, and WEBmail, a web-based mail client developed by EMUmail, have been significantly enhanced with feature updates.

Post.Office was recently extende d with a plug-in architecture that makes it easy to incorporate open source tools, such as SpamAssassin (a spam detector). Now a new plug-in for virus scanning has been added. The virus scanning plug-in uses the latest ClamAV, the popular, muti-threaded virus scanner designed for mail attachment scanning, with a virus database that is updated biweekly.

The new WEBmail 6 has an integrated Web calendar that lets you share your calendar in a group environment to coordinate meetings. The built-in calendar security lets you endow certain users with permission to edit calendar events, while others have viewing privileges only. Users can have multiple calendars, so you can keep your personal calendar private and have public calendars for your various organizations.

You can find more information about the updates and new releases at the Tenon Intersystems Web site. Post.Office 3.6 is free for registered users, while the full version is available starting at US$295.00, WEBmail 6 is available starting at US$500.00.