BackupAssist consists of two small fixes only while the Outlook Connector release sees new official support for Outlook 2013 clients.
We’re very pleased indeed to officially announce that 2013 will see the launch of the latest offering in the fantastic MailStore product set, MailStore Cloud Edition. The concept of this product is that service providers will be able to offer their customers, a multi-tennant email archiving service, thereby completing their email service portfolio.
BackupAssist consists of fixes only while the SecurityGateway release sees a new licencing authentication system implemented and the withdrawal of support for Windows XP (versions prior to SP2 ) and Server 2003 (versions prior to SP1).
The Professional Footballers Association has been working since 1907 to ensure that the rights and salary conditions of the professional players in England are protected and extended.
Now a new defensive player, MailStore Server 7, has joined the team, where it will back up the PFA’s email files and protect against data loss.
We’re very pleased to announce that national daily newspaper The Guardian, now trusts in MailStore Server for efficiently and securely managing its emails. The newspaper is published by Guardian News & Media Ltd along with sister papers the Observer and Guardian Weekly.
In addition to this new customer, many other successful newspapers, such as USA Today, also rely on MailStore Server, the standard for email archiving.
- “We’re too small for that” and other common misconceptions about email archiving (zensoftware.co.uk)
Following more than 1,500,000 free downloads of MailStore Home to date, German developer deepInvent have responded to consumer feedback and introduced a range of new and sought-after features to MailStore Home 5 which went live today on their site.
(please note that Zen Software are unable to offer support on MailStore Home at this time)
Just a quck post to let you know the team at deepInvent have released a minor update to MailStore Server. Version 6.0.4, which is now available for download from our site here – http://www.zensoftware.co.uk/mailstore/downloads.asp.
Exciting stuff! One of the leading Exchange resource sites today published a glowing review of MailStore giving it the highest category of praise and their coveted Gold award.
The author J. Peter Bruzzes, who’s an MVP and director of Exclusively Exchange gave a summary of the install process in his test lab environment. Not that we had any doubts, but we were extremely pleased to read his subsequent feedback which included quotes such as “I liked MailStore Server. I liked it a lot because it was incredibly easy-to-use, extremely flexible, reasonably priced and well supported”.
Our fantastic offer of 50% off MailStore if you already own a competing product was due to end on 31st August. However we received some good news this morning – our colleagues over at developer deepInvent have decided that not all good things need come to an end….well just yet anyway!
So with immediate affect and lasting for the forseeable future, if you’re looking to upgrade from a GFI product, Redgate, Exclaimer or one of the other myriad of paid for archiving solutions on the market, you’ll still be able to get hold of a MailStore licence at half the normal asking price provided you can prove proof of purchase. I can assure you that you’re very unlikely to ever see MailStore licences this cheap again!
Full details available in this blog post, please make sure you read our requirements and if you’re not sure about anything at all, feel free to get in touch and we’ll where we can.