NetWin, Ltd. produces the industrial-strength SurgeMail "carrier class" email server that supports any number of users or domains, virus scanning, spam filtering, integrated webmail access, integrated WAP support, and fast browser based administration tools. SurgeMail supports all relevant RFC protocols: POP3, SMTP, IMAP4, LDAP, HTTP, and TLS/SSL, and has optional calendar, file sharing, instant messaging, forum, and chat room modules available.
Version 4.3g4 makes the following changes:
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Version 5.0e2 (July 23, 2010) is available for PowerPC-based Macs and version 5.0e2 (July 23, 2010) is available for Intel-based Macs, making "lots" of changes. See the online release notes for more information.
Can't find what you're looking for? Try a search:
Also, if you have an older Mac, be sure to check out the "Classic" applications page for more options.
Finally, take a look at ALEMIA if you think you know that name of an application, but aren't quite sure.
Mac OS X has a huge amount of TCP/IP-based server software built into it that I don't specifically cover here. Your "Sharing" Preference Pane allows you to enable and disable these services with a click of the mouse. The software running behind the scenes to provide many of these services is generally of the open source variety. The standard release of Mac OS X includes, among many others:
Of course, Mac OS X Server includes many more, in addition to offering more recent versions of many of the above servers.
Graham Orndorff has written a superb collection of articles on setting up email servers and secure email clients on Mac OS X.
These are applications that are newer and of potential interest, but which I haven't yet selected for permanent inclusion. Have a look, and let me know if you think they deserve to be part of the permanent collection!