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  1. Attachments for Calendar

    ability to add an attachment to an event. such as a presentation, document or other speaking point.

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  2. Web Client vs. Stand Alone Client

    Such a nice interface, cool web mail new features, but it is also better on this beta version of Axigen if there is a single or stand alone mail client be available and installable to a single computer just like Mozilla Thunderbird, Microsoft Outlook, eMClient, etc. for it is better and fast to access, webmail is good only when outside the company premises in times that mail client is inaccessible. Having your own mail client software associated with Axigen server is a bit more okay than relying on 3rd party mail client. Hope this feature will be available soon. Keep…

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    What benefits would you see with an Axigen email client, compared to (1) third party compatible clients and (2) the existing WebMail?

  3. Fix greylisting

    I really like the new look and feel of the iX version. Great work.
    One thing that I still miss is properly working greylisting. It now uses a the IP of the sender. In practice this leads to a lot of e-mails not coming trhough as large providers have multiple mail-servers with more addresses. So this should be more configurable.

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  4. Rethink Permission Management

    Managing permissions is very difficult and frustrating. It's almost as if you've designed the system for users that don't manage email for lots of domains. As an example, one of my clients owns several domains and I would like to give them access to manage their users, groups, and mailing lists. That is made up of 10+ permissions that I would have to give across 2-3 domains. Now multiply that problem by 100+ domains each with different administrators.

    PLEASE, PLEASE make this easier for me. I honestly want to go crazy each time I need to add a new domain…

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