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Lockstep Contact: Karl Forster


Scottsdale, Arizona USA, 15 Jan 2010 --  Lockstep Systems today announced the release of IGetMail version 3.3. IGetMail solves the email delivery problem created when a company hosts its Internet domain or website at a third party, while using a Microsoft Exchange Server internally. Because Exchange Server is not designed to download email from remote locations, Exchange administrators need a utility that downloads the remote email for them. IGetMail is a Windows utility commonly installed on the Exchange Server to automatically download, sort and deliver POP3 email messages from multiple remote servers to a local Microsoft Exchange Server.

The IGetMail 3.3 release includes official support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, along with existing support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, 2003 and 2000. Other features include SSL support for remote POP3 mailboxes, SSL support for SMTP/Microsoft Exchange Servers and the ability to leave email at remote servers.

Emails can be stored in a local archive for up to thirty (30) days and IGetMail is compatible with SMTP-compliant antivirus or antispam software. Greg Flint of Flint Networking finds the email retention feature especially valuable: “I had incorrectly configured the ‘deliver to’ address on Exchange and as a result, IGetMail sent the emails to some unknown place. Once I discovered my error and corrected it, I was able to use IGetMail to resend the emails for that account. Really cool.”

System Requirements
IGetMail runs on any Windows computer that can run Microsoft Exchange Server.

Pricing & Availability
IGetMail version 3.3 is available direct from Lockstep Systems, Inc. The suggested retail price of IGetMail version 3.3 is $129.00 USD. Reseller inquiries welcome. For more details about IGetMail, please visit

About Lockstep Systems, Inc.
Lockstep Systems, Inc. is the developer of Backup for Workgroups, the leading disk-based Windows backup software designed for small and mid-size businesses and IGetMail, the automatic POP3 email downloader for Microsoft Exchange Servers. Lockstep Systems is a privately held company located in Scottsdale, Arizona, founded by the team that developed the backup software now known as Computer Associates’ BrightStor Mobile Backup and Mastersoft’s Word for Word file conversion technology. Company web site: Product web site: