IceWarp can be deployed on Windows 2003 and later, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Debian and Ubuntu. It's available for 64-bit or 32-bit operating systems and connects to MySQL, MS SQL and Oracle databases. With free migration tools it is possible to migrate to operating systems which offer the best value.
IceWarp provides the full experience for Windows users, including WebClient and WebAdmin compatibility with Internet Explorer and a native Windows administration console. IceWarp for Windows supports all recent Windows versions including the latest Windows 10.
IceWarp for Linux combines stability, performance, scalability and value. Several years in development, IceWarp for Linux was created specifically for the Linux community. Tuned for power and reliability, IceWarp has been certified for use with Linux RedHat/CentOS, Debian and Ubuntu.
IceWarp Mail for Cisco is a drop-in replacement for the Microsoft Exchange or IBM Lotus Domino products that originally came with Cisco Unified Communication and Unified Messaging products.
Fully featured Exchange alternative easily deployed to existing environments. With flexible sliding-scale license structure and user-by-user customization, IceWarp delivers enterprise features to your organization without the financial strain.
IceWarp has an extremely low TCO. All communications are centralized in one easily managed interface for administrators, greatly reducing complexity and the cost of ownership.
IceWarp’s powerful Outlook Sync and officially licensed Exchange ActiveSync keep your organization connected 24/7 without the pains of managing Microsoft Exchange.
Used in tens of thousands of migrations, IceWarp’s custom Exchange Migrator transports all of your important information without having to take your server offline for a single second.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP1
Migrate from Linux to Windows or vice versa with full SSL support for data protection during the migration.
During migration the Exchange server is still live, allowing users to work as usual.