Published on Feb 23, 2016
The 'electronic mail server' has been developed to simplify and enhance inter personnel communication in an intra-organizational setup. This follows a client-server approach where the website works on the server and the user form the client.
The client requests the server for services and the server responds by transferring required information to the user.The site is going to be operated by the Internet users and administered by the organizational administrator who will be server based.
The administrator will have the privilege to limit the number of users that can register as members. He can limit the number of mail a particular user can store for him self. The administrator can also restore vital information in case of a serious breakdown.
The user will operate from the client side by accessing the provisions provided by the website. This can be done irrespective of the geographical location.
However, an internet connection with its entire infrastructure is a must. The provisions include, getting registered as a member in the official website, composing and sending e-mail to his counterparts thus sharing official information and official status on a particular aspect.
Also is included the option of deleting unwanted messages from ones mailbox and the facility to modify/change personal information provided in the website like ones password, telephone number etc.