So you are using MailStore to archive all your company email, and to manage mailbox sizes you have chosen to delete all email from users mailboxes older than 1 year. Its all working great, but then you receive a support call from one of your customers who is having issues reading an email that is only in their archive. All they get is a content unavailable error when they select the message in the archive?
For many years now its been common place for users to need access to their business email, calendars and contacts on their mobile devices. Over the years there have been different ways to achieve this, but by far the easiest to setup and the option with best support for access from any connection is ActiveSync.
Anyone who has ever needed to host a secure service on the Internet will be familiar with the complex process of purchasing and registering root trusted SSL certificates and installing onto your servers, as well as the need to keep track of when they expire and need renewing.
MailStore version 12.1 is now live and includes some great new features for new users of the software as well as improvements for end users.
End users icons have been modernised to fit in with current versions of Outlook; a new print function added; the ability to export and flatten the folder structure of mailbox data if required; several security improvements and fixes; and overall performance of mailbox archiving has also been increased by up to 20%!
One of the biggest concerns when changing email platform is how can you migrate all your users existing email, calendar and contacts data over without having to ask each user to backup and restore there own data via their email client.
In this blog article I want to introduce the 'MDaemon ActiveSync Migration Client' that makes the process of moving multiple mailboxes from any other ActiveSync capable server over to MDaemon a much easier task.
There is a new release of MDaemon, Version 19.5.1 please see below for the list of Special Considerations and Changes before installing this update.
If you have any questions about this release please feel free to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org