As I’m sure you’re aware by now, I run regular live webinars for anyone new to our products who’d like to be shown around without necessarily having to install a trial. They are however, during the day, so I thought I’d share a recorded version for those of you who might like to take a look at your leisure…
This one’s a general overview of MDaemon to begin with and then I drill down into a walkthrough of the product and its various interfaces.
I hope you find it useful, don’t forget, for a full list of future webinar dates and to book your place on any of them please click here
With the release of BlackBerry v10.0 last week, the method for synchronising the new set of BlackBerry 10 devices with MDaemon has changed. A BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) is no longer required for synchronisation, and handsets now use the ActiveSync standard for personal data synchronisation.
The process of setting up an ActiveSync account on a BlackBerry 10 device is actually quite similar to the Android and iOS devices, requiring just the server details, email address and password in order to connect.
Towards the end of my last post I touched on the fact that Microsoft’s recent announcement to drop Small Business Server next year has given particularly its partner community, reasons to look around at potential alternative solutions to Exchange.
In this post I take a moment to highlight some of the reasons MDaemon Messaging Server should be on that list of alternatives you might be considering, including how the costs look alongside the equivalent Microsoft products.
We’ve just made version 12.5.4 of MDaemon email server live on the site so as always, here’s a quick summary of the most notable points and a link to the release notes at the bottom containing all the details.