Paul Smith Computer Services have released an updated version of their POP3 Email Server for Windows Home Server, VPOP3 v2.6.0d. The new update now integrates with Windows Home Server’s web server, so you can now access Webmail from your homeserver.com address.
Installation is also simplfied, and the update finally includes a number of bug fixes for installation on non-English versions of Windows Home Server.
Note: If you’re not using Exchange Server, or Lotus Notes, I would recommend this product as your enterprise email solution. I’m using VPOP3 since August 2000, and I’m very much impressed with the features & functionalites.