Are you an existing MailStore customer? Great news – it’s upgrade O’clock!
Not yet using an archiving solution?
Maybe it’s time to grab a copy of the trial and see what you’re missing?
From keeping those mailbox sizes in check to keeping your email protected against accidental deletion and cybercriminals intent on cryptoransoming you, MailStore offers businesses of all sizes attractive benefits.
Now, MailStore, the popular email archiving software, available as both the classic on-premise version and the Service Provider Edition for MSP’s has released version 11.2 which features Exchange 2019 support (due to be released shortly).
E-mail archiving is an indispensable tool in the armoury of any company looking for a secure but accessible way of storing email. It’s also an excellent way to tick a number of the boxes of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
I touched on this topic in a recent YouTube video and today the German vendor MailStore have released a new whitepaper detailing exactly how to fully support your GDPR compliance customers, available here.
Never ones to be caught napping, German developer MailStore today announced the release of version 9.5 of MailStore Server, which provides the leading email archiving solution with full support for Microsoft Exchange 2016.
If you’re struggling to manage your mailbox sizes, or just need to keep email for long periods for compliance reasons, you may well have found yourself looking around for an archiving solution of some kind.
There are plenty out there, with many sharing some similarities, however it’s the technical approach of the various products that’s a good method for distinguishing them.
Some of the vendors you’ll come across will employ the use of a technology known as ‘stubbing’. As MailStore Server doesn’t, in this post I’ll take a brief look at what it is, and why it’s German developers have decided against stubbing and instead chosen an alternative route.
Keeping more email than is actually needed is a habit that most people fall in to at some stage. But make no mistake, it is a problem. And it’s not one to be ignored.
The main issue with keeping large volumes of email is the affect it has on your mail server and therefore the knock-on effect it has on Outlook (assuming that’s what you’re using!).
With all of the additional load for your hardware to cope with, at best it’ll become sluggish and unresponsive – at worst, it’ll just grind to a halt altogether.
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…
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) are the the organisation responsible for regulation and protection of all aspects of the financial services industry in the UK. If you’re a company operating in this sector, their somewhat ‘comprehensive’ guidelines aren’t ones you can afford to ignore.
The FCA Handbook covers a wide range of provisions, however in this post I’m going to focus on those that apply to email storage and archiving only – hopefully saving you a little legwork when it comes to checking whether you currently comply.
This is a follow-up to the more general post we published last year addressing the legislation and compliance requirements that apply to UK businesses in relation to email storage.
Yes, for the next few days we’re unashamedly jumping on the bandwagon of our American friends and slashing the cost of new licences by 25% for the brilliantly simple email archiving software, MailStore Server.
10 user licence = £214.28 + VAT (Save £71.42!)
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.
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.