Axigen is an email-based communication and scheduling software designed for teams, service providers and businesses. The company behind the software was founded in 2004. It was originally called Gecad Software, the creator of RAV Antivirus, which was eventually purchased by Microsoft. The beta version of the original Axigen mail server software was released in 2005.
- Comprehensive email server solution with additional features designed for businesses that do a lot of communicating
- Can be connected to Microsoft Outlook by Axigen website
- Supports 32- and 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X
- Support for CalDAV and eM client via SMTP, IMAP and CardDAV
- Syncs with Apple iOS mobile devices
- Can be used on Linux via Solaris 10 x64, DEB based distros (AMD 64) or RPM based distros x64
- Versions are available for both businesses and email service providers
- Fully functional 60-day trial is a huge amount of time for customers to demonstrate the unchained abilities of the software before making a purchase
- No support for Max OS X
Since its dawn decades ago, email has remained the most used form of business communication on the internet, giving it obvious importance in the modern workplace. Axigen is among the most respected email services and clients available for both private companies and email service providers. It comes stacked with a range of additional communication features, such as calendars and reminders, that are designed to work seamlessly with email. The "core" version of the software for businesses starts at $543 for the first year for up to 10 users. It includes calendar, email, contacts, notes, tasks, folder sharing and mailbox sharing. The "complete" business version also includes Axigen's antivirus and antispam, as well as the Exchange ActiveSync software. It runs at $630 for the first year and also supports up to 10 users. Both plans include a year of tech support and updates and a perpetual server license. Renewing the annual plans only costs 22 percent of the first year prices. Modular options are available for teams that have more than 10 users or desire more than a year of tech support.