Intranet Mailing System Rahul RajPresentation Transcript
By P. Harini P. Suresh M.R. Rahul Raj
Alternative Thinking of Managing Server
Aim of The Project
To familiarize the audience what INTRANET MAIL SYSTEM is all about.
To provide security for our confidential Messages.
To explain it’s advantage over other technology.
Intranet Mail System
What is INTRANET?
Difference between INTRANET and INTERNET
What is EMAIL?
Operating System: Windows 2000/XP (Client/Server).
Web-Server: Tomcat Server.
Communication Architecture: Servlets.
Database maintenance: Oracle 9i.
Client Browsers: Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator.
Pentium IV Processor with 1 GHz Clock Speed
128 MB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 32 Bit PCI Ethernet Card
Scope of The Project
It is designed to provide a communication channel inside an organization between different clients on the network.
It accept the mails from authorized users providing security.
This enhances communications among the members of the organization in a reliable, cost-effective and secure way.
A technical definition
An intranet is a network based on the internet TCP/IP open standard. An Intranet belongs to an organization, and is designed to accessible only by organization's members, employees, or others with authorization. An intranet’s Email looks and acts like other Email but has a firewall surrounding it to fend off unauthorized.
Email System Overview
How Email Works
How Email Works
Some of Architectural models include:
Pipe and Filter
Forms in which clients appear:
Clients vary greatly in functionality, but all provide a basic level of functionality that assists the user.
When the client calls the email server to send or check for mail it connects to the server on certain TCP/IP ports:
SMTP on port 25
POP3 on port 110.
Promote common corporate culture
Business operations and management
Intranets play an important role in this vision by serving as the single, consolidated interface through which employees access a company’s intellectual assets.