AXIGEN 4.0 Beta, Now with Personal Organizer

Bucharest, Romania, May 24, 2007 --( AXIGEN (, the professional messaging solution vendor, announced today the release of AXIGEN Mail Sever 4.0 Beta. Having time management and mobility needs in mind, version 4.0 comes with a Personal Organizer module available from both AXIGEN’s WebMail interface and the email client Outlook.

The new version is mainly focused on planning and scheduling requirements of both companies relying on their own mail server and those having their messaging needs taken care of by ISPs. The Personal Organizer is therefore available for both Business and ISP Editions of AXIGEN and comprises tools such as calendar, tasks, journal, notes and collaborative support.

The new time management tools are based on an enhanced communication of the AXIGEN Mail Server with email client Outlook, implementing most Exchange-like features, including server-side Search Folders (e.g. Unread Messages, Large Messages) which allow users to easily locate messages on various filters. Moreover, new folders can now be created directly on the server directly when using Outlook.

"Our main focus is to enhance mobility and efficiency in corporate environments, thus, starting with version 4.0, all Outlook options are smoothly correlated with AXIGEN’s WebMail interface. In our efforts to permanently adapt AXIGEN to current business demands, the development roadmap targets expanding the Outlook-WebMail synchronization to comprise address books and contacts," stated Oana Bornaz, AXIGEN CEO

The beta testing campaign will last for approximately 2 weeks. All AXIGEN Mail Server friends are hereby invited to join the beta testing community and experience the new features first hand.


A dynamic and talented team of professionals with 15 years of experience in technology research and software security, embarked in 2003 on a new and challenging project, under the brand name AXIGEN.

AXIGEN Mail Server is a fast, reliable and secure internet messaging solution, offering the power and sturdiness of a carrier class mail server. The first commercial version of AXIGEN for all major Linux distributions was unveiled at LinuxWorld Expo, in London, in September 2005. One year after the official launch, AXIGEN has already concluded business agreements with almost 75 domestic and international partners from countries such as the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Mexico, the Netherlands and Romania and manages e-mail traffic for approximately 500,000 mailboxes worldwide.

AXIGEN smoothly integrates SMTP/POP/IMAP and WebMail, offering unique configurability and security that allow system administrators to have full control of the email traffic. Their mission is to help AXIGEN users and partners worldwide to build trust in their products, as well as in their business relationships. For further details, please visit:

Alina Popescu