Mail servers serve as an outbound client and inbound retrieval server for electronic messages, commonly via the STMP (simple mail transfer) protocol.

Serving as a transfer agent (TA), mail servers communicate with each other according to their set rules, including filters, checks and blacklists to determine whether a message is successfully delivered.

All accepted messages can be traced by a mail header to its root receipt.

Microsoft Exchange servers are the most common form of mail servers, as they power business communications through MS Exchange, routing desktop and mobile mail, as well as managing attachments and real time calendar synchronization.

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