The current version of VPOP3 is version 6.16 build 2805
released on 8 December 2015.
You can download and use this version of VPOP3 if your software maintenance expired on or after 8 December 2015.
Main DownloadDownload VPOP3 Enterprise or Basic version 6.16 build 2805
Video TutorialVideo tutorial for downloading and installing VPOP3
ManualGetting Started Guide - Admin Guide (PDF) - Online Reference Guide (PDF)
Older VersionsDownload previous versions of VPOP3
Please note - if you are using Internet Explorer 10, then you may need to turn on 'Compatibility Mode' to access the VPOP3 settings. There should be no problem in IE 8 or 9, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari.
The main differences between 6.0 and 5.0 are:
- Configurable bandwidth limits for VPOP3 services
- POP3 service can 'hold' messages rather than delete them, as a crude backup facility
- Have options to hold messages for a certain time once they arrive in the outqueue, and to delete them if they have been in the outqueue for a long time. Eg, you could say to hold messages for 10 minutes after they are sent, so that there is chance for a message to be deleted before being sent, or you could say that messages should be held for 10 days, so that they have to be manually released before they can be sent. This can be set globally or for individual users, or even scripted using Lua
- Support mass deletions/holds for outqueue messages, using searches to be able to filter messages to hold/delete
- Add security lockouts to IMAP4/Webmail/POP3 for IP addresses which repeatedly attempt to login using bad details
- Lots of improvements to CalDAV support for better compatibility with iPads, Macs, Android phones and other devices/software
- Improvements to Webmail
- Make it easier to store the Archive main store on a network share
- Can Pause/Unpause scheduling from the status monitor
- Some improvements to Download Rules
- And lots more
The main differences between 5.0 and 4.0 are:
- Webmail includes Calendar support
- Message Rules (VPOP3 Enterprise) to filter incoming messages to different folders on the server
- Autoresponder improvements to allow easier configuration of multiple autoresponders, or multiple triggers for autoresponders
- Uses PostgreSQL 9.1 to allow replication of database for warm standby servers
- All message data is stored in the database to allow easier restores/migrates, and replication to standby servers
- Most configuration data is now in the database to allow replication of configuration changes to standby servers as well
- Partial restore from backups (VPOP3 Enterprise)
- Message 'recycle bin' to undo accidental deletes easily (VPOP3 Enterprise)
- Simple mobile compatible Webmail
- SPF support
- BATV support
- IPS/IDS support
- Improved performance when clearing large inboxes or deleting users
- Configurable quarantine report times
- Configurable database backup times
- Ability to turn off 'database backed up successfully' messages
- Sending quotas for users
- Improved MX sending support
- Ability to selectively re-download messages from remote POP3 servers
- Fix errors with non-ASCII characters in several places
- Pay-as-you-go SMS support
- Pay-as-you-go Fax support
- And lots more
From VPOP3 v6 onwards we are not issuing new licence keys. You can download and use this software with your existing VPOP3 v5 licence key, as long as your software maintenance expires on or after the release date of the version of the software you are downloading.
If your software maintenance expired before the release date, then you can download older versions here (including previous v6 builds if any).
For more information, see our Blog.
If you are not sure when your software maintenance expires, you can see this, by going to My Account or the Upgrade Checker. The VPOP3 installer will check the software maintenance expiry during installation so you do not accidentally install a version you are not licenced to use.
If you are upgrading from a previous version to version 5.x or later see our upgrade instructions.