atmail is a commercial Linux messaging platform provider. The company was founded in 2001, counts 25 employees and has its company headquarters located in Peregian Beach, Australia. The company develops webmail, mail-server and groupware solutions built for Linux and other Unix operating systems, and includes the source code under a commercial license.
Since 1998, atmail has been committed to solving the commercial email needs of service providers and businesses around the world. Today, with offices in Australia and the US, we are the preeminent email messaging platform, delivering intuitive, efficient, scalable and customisable email solutions.
Through our unique ability to simplify complex email systems and our focus on genuine partnerships and problem-solving, the atmail experience provides ease in maintenance and administration, lower total cost of ownership and increased revenue opportunities. Enhance your business and contact our Sales team today.
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Ben Duncan is the Founder & CTO
In his own words:
I founded Atmail when I was 17 and built the company over 15 years as the founder and CEO. Atmailprovides email-server, Webmail and mobile email solutions to over 4,500 customers worldwide.
I had the pleasure to build a successful company with year on year growth, bootstrapped and profitable, and assembled an amazing team within Australia and the USA.
Clients I have worked with to provide the Atmail solution include Ericsson, MediaTemple, Optus, SingTel, iiNet, Interpol and many clients throughout the world.
In Nov 2012 I raised our first VC investment for the company to further growth and new product development.
I am also the co-founder of "Coding From Beach" a group of over 250+ programmers and entrepreneurs based on the Sunshine Coast, Australia.
We hold frequent hackathons and meetups on topics such as scaling CouchDB, building an ElasticSearch cluster, using Nginx at scale and hacking wearable technologies.
We aim to inspire our local tech community with in-depth technical discussions, encourage people to network with like-minded geeks, and connect programmers with entrepreneurs to launch new ventures.