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What is 602 lan suite 2004 and how to use it?

What is 602 lan suite 2004 and how to use it?

602 lan suite 2004 is a free program that provides a secure mail server with anti-virus and anti-spam protection, a built-in firewall with NAT and proxy for controlled Internet sharing, a web server, a fax server, and more. It is designed for small to medium-sized businesses and home users who want to manage their own network and Internet access. 602 lan suite 2004 is compatible with Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003 operating systems.

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In this article, we will show you how to install and configure 602 lan suite 2004 for your network and Internet needs.


To install 602 lan suite 2004, you need to download the setup file from [^1^] and run it on your computer. You will be guided through the installation wizard, where you can choose the components you want to install and the destination folder. You will also need to enter your name, company name, and license key. If you do not have a license key, you can request one for free from

Basic Setup

After the installation, you can launch 602 lan suite 2004 from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut. The first time you run it, you will see the Basic Setup dialog box, where you can set up your Internet connection, user accounts, e-mail server, anti-virus protection, web server, fax server, and shared Internet access.

The Internet connection tab allows you to choose how you connect to the Internet: via a LAN connection, a dial-up connection, or a direct connection. You can also specify the IP address of your computer and the DNS servers. If you use a dial-up connection, you can configure 602 lan suite 2004 to establish and terminate the connection automatically according to a schedule.

The user accounts tab allows you to create and manage user accounts for your network. Each user account has a username, password, e-mail address, mailbox size limit, web mail access, fax number, and permissions. You can also import user accounts from a text file or an LDAP server.

The e-mail server tab allows you to configure your e-mail server settings, such as the domain name, SMTP port, POP3 port, IMAP port, SMTP authentication, anti-spam protection, attachment filter, and more. You can also enable web mail access for your users via a web browser.

The anti-virus tab allows you to enable and update the anti-virus protection for your e-mail server. You can choose between two anti-virus engines: AVG or ClamAV. You can also set up automatic updates and virus notifications.

The web server tab allows you to enable and configure your web server settings, such as the HTTP port, default document, root folder, access control list, CGI scripts, SSL encryption, and more. You can also enable ActiveReports for generating web-based reports on your network activity.

The fax server tab allows you to enable and configure your fax server settings, such as the fax modem device, fax number prefix, fax header text, fax cover page template, incoming fax routing options, outgoing fax options, and more. You can also enable WAP access for sending and receiving faxes via a mobile phone.

The shared Internet access tab allows you to enable and configure your firewall and proxy settings for controlling the Internet access of your network users. You can set up rules for allowing or denying access to specific sites or protocols. You can also enable proxy caching for speeding up web browsing and saving bandwidth.

Basic Administration

After completing the basic setup, you can administer 602 lan suite 2004 via the application interface or the web-based interface. The application interface allows you to monitor the status of your servers and connections, view logs and statistics,

manage user accounts and messages,

update settings,

and more.

The web-based interface allows you to perform most of these tasks remotely e0e6b7cb5c


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