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If you've ever used BackupAssist to run an rsync job to a remote NAS device, you may be familiar with the built in 'seed' function. This bypasses the need to run a large backup for the first time over the network and instead uses a USB hard drive to move the data manually. After the seed job has completed, the drive is disconnected from the BackupAssist server and plugged directly into whatever is performing the role of the rsync server. Often it's a NAS device, but I also talk to customers who choose to run either a Linux server which has native rsync support or even a Windows box using the free open source CWRsync service.

ninite.png If you regularly find yourself installing and upgrading software, I highly recommend you take a peep at Ninite, a great little online service-come-software tool for managing this process completely hands free. To get up and running, first you'll need to visit ninite.com and select all the software packages you wish to include in your custom installer.

Today I want to highlight two very different automatic features of WorldClient, autoresponders and autocomplete. Totally unrelated but both useful features that help Outlook users feel at home. Autorespondersauto-responder.jpg WorldClient makes it very easy to setup and schedule an 'Out of office' Autoresponder, often used over holiday periods but also useful when you know you're going to be out of the office.

worldclient.gif A new year and a new challenge for MDaemon customers. Over the last 12 months we have seen significant improvements to WorldClient that have increased both performance as well as functionality and consequently have seen a greater uptake of users switching to it for their main access method. What we are now interested to know is what is stopping the rest of us from switching to WorldClient full time and moving away from Outlook as our main email client.

Recently we've seen a significant increase in the number of MDaemon servers we come across being used to send spam email, and we're finding that it's often via an authenticated SMTP session.

WarePortal has benefited from the deployment of BlackBerry smartphones integrated with the MDaemon Messaging Server. For example, the previous solution used by WarePortal provided separate solutions for email, content filtering,...

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