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15 Best iRedMail Alternatives 2021

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  1. A fully fledged, free email server solution, an open source project (GPL v2).

    I am highly excited and overjoyed to share this post. about 7 months ago

    I used to spend all my time maintaining e-mail quirks for my server. Adjust this, updated that, fix this breakage, yada yada. But then I decided to setup iRedMail which uses postfix, dovecot, certbot, roundcube, spamassasin, mariadb, ldap and all the bells and whistles. All I have to do now is make sure I don’t break it doing any software upgrades on freebsd. 10/10 scores after configuring and blacklist free.
  2. Modoboa is a mail hosting and management platform including a modern and simplified Web User Interface.

    After self-hosting my email for twenty-three years I have... about 3 months ago:

    Modoboa? https://modoboa.org/en/ I was skeptical about running a mailserver but a friend set up a few mailboxes with Modoboa and so far it's going better than expected. (Mostly we just needed a mail relay.).
  3. Zimbra is trusted by over 500 million users to increase productivity with a complete set of collaboration tools while maintaining total control over security and privacy.

  4. Postfix is a mail transfer agent (MTA) that routes and delivers electronic mail.

    OVH VPS Postfix can't receive external emails about over 1 year ago

    Read the documentation on postfix.org and/or buy one of the many available Postfix books (it really helps to understand the Postfix philosophy).
  5. Axigen is an integrated email, calendaring & collaboration platform, built on a Linux mail server technology.

    We are live with our BIMI record - AMA about about 1 year ago

    I am the CEO of Axigen (axigen.com) and we have finally finished the complete process to have our trademarked logo published with a valid corresponding VMC certificate as a BIMI DNS record.
  6. An open source mailserver suite.

    Self-Hosted SMTP Service about 22 days ago

    If you need only SMTP service, AWS SES is good choise. But if you need full self-hosted mail server with many options, I recommend the MailCow project - https://mailcow.email/.
  7. Web-based IMAP email client

    Selfhosted webmail client for teams about 13 days ago:

    Roundcube might fit the bill for you.
  8. hMailServer is a free e-mail server for Microsoft Windows.

  9. RainLoop is a web based email client.

  10. Linux directory, domain, mail, gateway and infrastructure server for SMBs.

  11. Mail-in-a-Box provides webmail and an IMAP/SMTP server for use with mobile devices and desktop mail software and also includes contacts and calendar synchronization.

    Should i self-host email? How do i set it up with OpenBSD? about 16 days ago

    Also - for literally the easiest method to run your own mail server while also learning a ton use https://mailinabox.email/.
  12. Full featured email server built in docker with free plan.

    Simple e-mail server for local-only mailing? about 2 months ago

    I use Poste in a docker container. It sounds like I have the same requirements as you where I just want SMTP for local devices to be able to relay. There is no SMTP in/out from internet. I tried lots of different offerings that were overly complicated for what I needed. I spun up the Poste Docker container, logged into the web interface, disabled features I didn't need, created a user for myself and enabled...
  13. Is a collaboration suite (messaging and groupware).

  14. MailEnable is a Windows based mail server and email server program that is packed with the state of the features and functions like antivirus and spam filtering system, webmail management system, cardDAV, CalDAV and much more.

  15. Horde Groupware is a free, enterprise ready, browser based collaboration suite.

  16. Scalix provides email, group calendaring and other collaborative software that enables users to reduce cost of ownership.