The Email Server is designed to provide services
offered by it's commercial email products, such as IMAP/POP
services, Web-Based Email Interface and Administration, Mail
Filtering, Spam Blocking and Directory-Based Authentication and
RH Email Server is fine for businesses and
organizations of all sizes. Multiple commercial and educational
installations are already using this project. The largest
current user load that has been reported is 7,000 + users.
between RHSD projects such as the RHSD Email Server and the RHSD
Domain Controller will allow for use of Single-Sign On. RHSD
also utilizes IETF Standardized projects and therefore will be
compatible with any Directory system compatible with LDAP v.3.
RH does not stand for Red Hat. While we use it as a standard base for our projects. We are not at all endorsed by them, or receive any sort of compensation from them for our work.
|Web-Based Email Client for
|LDAP Directory /
||Role-Based Tool Delegation
Currently being Developed:
||Native Email List
|DNS Name Resolution
||Full RHSD Interopability
The Domain Server projects integrates the
||Provides LDAP v3 Directory
Server for maintaining Domain Information
||Provides Windows Interoperability.
||Provides Web services
||Provides administration tools
and webmin interface (if installed)
||Provides Web-Based System
||Provides IMAP Mailbox Server
||Provides Mail Transport Agent
||Provides Web Development for
Questions About RH-EMS?
Can RH-EMS be used with the RHLDC (Domain Controller Project)?
The RHSD developers are currently working to interoperate these two