It’s with great pleasure that I’m able to announce the launch of an exciting new service from Zen Software – Cloud Hosted MDaemon Mail Server.
This new addition to our portfolio provides the perfect way for companies who recognise the benefits of having their own dedicated mail server, to also take full advantage of the benefits the cloud and hosted services bring.
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…
When Microsoft first unveiled Office 2013, they did at the time point out that it wouldn’t be long before they withdrew support for Windows Vista, XP and Office 2003.
More recently however we’ve learned that Exchange 2003 is also on the ‘chopping block‘, and that’s forcing users to consider alternative email solutions.
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.