Discussions on creation and operation of corporate e-mail system in AzScienceNet computer computer network were held at the online scientific seminar of Information Technology of ANAS.
Samad Dursunov, an engineer-programmer of the department who presented the report, first studied CommuniGate Pro, Zimbra, Axigen, HCL Notes provided information on email software platforms such as. Speaking about the Microsoft Mail Exchange, the speaker said that the platform was created by Microsoft in 1993. Its components include AD Domain Controller, AD Domain Controller reserve, Mail Exchange, Mail Exchange reserve and Mail LoadBalancer.
He noted that AD Domain Controller is a service that responds to authentication queries of Windows Server: “Another component, Microsoft Mail Exchange Server, is a program for data exchange and collaboration. The first version was developed in 1993 by Microsoft. Its main functions include processing and sending mail data, supporting mobile devices, integration with voice information systems, etc includes.
Giving detailed information about the Microsoft Mail Exchange platform, Dursunov noted that another component of it, Load Balancer, performs functions such as load balancing, optimizing the use of resources, reducing the time of requests.
The researcher also introduced the SpamTitan program, which was created to protect e-mail from spam, viruses, spyware, phishing and unwanted content emails. He stressed that its main functions include double antivirus scanning, content filtering, automatic reporting, automatic updating of antivirus and antispam databases, etc includes.
There was an exchange of views on the report, questions were answered.
Rashid Alakbarov, Deputy Director for Technologies, Head of Department, PhD in technical sciences, associate professor, gave recommendations on the creation of a corporate e-mail system in the AzScienceNet science computer network.