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How To Set Up And Use 602LAN SUITE 2004 For Your Small Business

How to Set Up and Use 602LAN SUITE 2004 for Your Small Business

If you are looking for a low-cost and easy-to-use solution for your small business network, you might want to consider 602LAN SUITE 2004. This software is a secure mail server with anti-virus and anti-spam protection, built-in firewall with NAT and proxy for controlled Internet sharing, fax support, web mail, WAP access, LDAP address book, and more. In this article, we will show you how to install, configure, and use 602LAN SUITE 2004 for your small business needs.

How to Set Up and Use 602LAN SUITE 2004 for Your Small Business


602LAN SUITE 2004 is compatible with Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003. You can download it for free from the official website[^1^] or from other sources[^2^]. The installation process is simple and straightforward. Just follow the instructions on the screen and accept the license agreement. You can choose to install the software as a Windows service or as an application. You can also choose which components you want to install, such as mail server, web server, fax server, etc.

Basic Setup

After the installation is complete, you can launch the 602LAN SUITE 2004 application from the Start menu or from the desktop shortcut. The first time you run the software, you will be prompted to enter some basic information, such as your Internet connection type, your domain name, your e-mail address, and your password. You can also choose to enable or disable some features, such as anti-virus scanning, anti-spam filtering, content filtering, etc.

The next step is to set up your user accounts. You can create as many users as you need for your network. Each user will have their own e-mail address, password, mailbox quota, access rights, etc. You can also assign users to groups for easier management. To create a user account, go to Users > Add User in the main menu.

Then, you need to configure your e-mail server settings. You can choose to use SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) or POP3 (Post Office Protocol) for sending and receiving e-mails. You can also enable SMTP authentication and encryption for security purposes. You can also set up aliases, forwarding rules, auto-responde