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ShareWay IP Pro 2.0 takes advantage of the implementation of SLP included in Mac OS 8.5 to address one of the few remaining issues with IP-based file sharing: ease-of-use. Since shipping ShareWay IP in late 1997, Open Door has enabled any AFP...

ShareWay IP 2.0 makes sharing Macintosh files through Internet protocols as easy as sharing the same files through AppleTalk, and is the first Macintosh product to utilize the Internet-standard Service Location Protocol (SLP). ShareWay IP 2.0 includes...

Sendmail Enabler is an application which allows you to configure sendmail in OS X with just one click. It also installs a POP3 server, which could allow you to run a fully-functioning mail server in minutes - if you've got the router, dns, firewall, port...

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DNews Server

DNews Server 5.7b1

Fully featured Usenet News Server. The DNEWS News Server is advanced news server software that makes it easy for you to provide users with fast access to Internet (USENET) news groups. Supports 1-10,000+ concurrent users on a single server and scales...

The DefBot

The DefBot 1.0.0

A advanced robot and client for use with HotLine servers, it replaces the standard client and has full admin features. Allows multiple connections (even to different servers), customized messaging, rule enforcment, file transfers, news access, HotLine...

Macjordomo X

Macjordomo X 1.6a3

Macjordomo is a Macintosh based list server. It can be used in combination with any POP3/SMTP server. It works very well in combination with the Apple Internet Mail Server (AIMS), the excellent mail server for the Mac by Glenn Anderson. Actually now AIMS...

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MySpeed provides accurate Internet speed testing for visitors to your website, enabling end users to test their bandwidth performance for both upload and download data transfers. Speed test results are provided in an easy-to-read comparison chart showing...

iServeBox

iServeBox 1.3

iServeBox is a tool for managing Unix network daemons on Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server version 10.3 or later, PowerPC or Intel. Simply open the management window and check/uncheck boxes, just like in the default-shipped Mac OS X Sharing Preferences panel....