PowerMail provides a redundant and distributed system for receiving and storing mail.
PowerMail is a redundant and distributed system for receiving mail via SMTP and storing it for users to access with POP. The way PowerMail works is quite unorthodox, and its design emphasizes speed and efficiency.
Modified Maildir mailboxes allow PowerMail to employ hardlinks to save diskspace and deliver messages with thousands of recipients instantly.
PowerMail can operate self-sufficiently or cooperate with a regular MTA to support mail forwarding.
- This first release in a decade brings 64-bit fixes and compatibility with recent compilers. There are no new features.