Microsoft have announced that Basic Authentication is being deprecated and that they will start turning this authentication type off on 365 tenants beginning October 2022.
MailStore version 13 onwards makes it possible for Microsoft 365 customers to tighten up their security by utilising Microsoft's Modern Authentication integration.
This article aims to explain what changes have been made in MailStore to support Modern Authentication and what the process is to convert a MailStore installation over from using Basic Authentication to Modern Authentication.
To begin lets first look at the two modes of authentication that can be used with Microsoft 365 and how they differ.
The MailStore team will be at the CompTIA EMEA virtual conference next week in the ‘Solutions Showcase’.
As a member of Zen’s partner program, they’d very much like you to join them.
This is one of the rare occasions we would ever recommend an industry event to our partner community, however this really is a worthwhile investment of time for any IT provider or MSP looking to grow their business.
MailStore version 13.0 is now live and includes important new security features for archiving cloud services. This release focuses on the following features:
Between 15 July 2020 and 31 August 2020 we will be offering a 50% discount on all upgrades to expired MailStore Server license keys. If you are running an older version...