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Tue 14 Mar 2006

MailServe 2.1

Category : Technology/MailServe2dot1.txt

I've implemented a split view in MailServe 2.1, to separate the Aliases and Access pair of fields from the Virtual and Custom Postfix Settings fields.

Also, in this release. the included POP and IMAP binaries are now all Universal Binaries.

If you are running MailServe on an Intel Mac, just use the Red Cross to re-enable the Enable buttons and you will be able to replace the current POP and IMAP executables with Universal Binaries.

You can download it now :

This is for all the people who're going to use an Intel-based Mac Mini as a mail server - run it all at native speed.

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