With 205 million messages being sent every day, email still remains one of the most popular ways to communicate, which means the mailboxes of many businesses today contain all manner of information concerning both customers and staff.
Whether it’s bank details, employment contracts, IP addresses or altogether more sensitive information, the introduction of the Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May next year will force companies to take the responsibility of managing this data seriously.
Will MailStore alert me when a job fails?
Of the many queries I see as a member of the MailStore support team here at Zen Software, this is one of the more common ones.
Unfortunately, for the time being at least, this isn’t something you can do from within the software but fear not – the reason for my post is that there is a workaround.
EDIT: Email reporting was introduced in v10.1 – more information here.
Our friends over at the German developer of MailStore Server have been busy conducting an international survey of 480 customers in the United States of America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Respondents were asked to rate the popular email archiving software in terms of documentation, support, product features from the administrator’s and user’s point of view, and the price/performance ratio.
We’re very pleased indeed to report that the response they received is in line with the glowing feedback we always hear as the UK distributor.
For details, read the full report below…
MailStore is a Windows-based email archiving solution suitable for use with a wide range of on-premise and cloud email solutions.
In this latest video update, Neil Perry shows you how to configure MailStore for use with Office 365 (or hosted Exchange, whether it’s for compliance purposes or just for peace of mind.
Link to the developer’s setup guide Neil refers to in the video:
MailStore Service Provider Edition info:
Hope you found this useful – please feel free to leave any comments and questions below…
Run by Erik Blum, an IT Manager at one of the top 500 companies in the United States, ITSMDaily.com is a news and reviews Web site aimed at IT professionals.
As a user of Microsoft Exchange, Erik made the choice to archive his email with MailStore Server instead of Exchange’s archiving features and is keen to share his findings with his audience.
After a development period lasting a number of years and a successful beta phase that involved over 1,000 service providers, we are very pleased indeed to announce the release of the final version of the MailStore Service Provider Edition.