One of the most notable changes visually in Windows 8 is the range of new apps that now appear on the “Start” page. In a similar vein to mobile devices, there are email and calendar apps which now integrate tightly, offering handy features such as notifications.
It’s easy to see why some users will end up switching to this as their preferred method of access, so in this post I’ll show you how to configure MDaemon to synchronise with these two key apps.
Just a quick note to let you know the latest update release of MDaemon went live today and is available on our Web site ready for download here.
Neil and I recently returned from sunny Chatham where we were kindly invited to come along and talk to attendees of the Kent SBS user group about MDaemon Messaging Server.
This is one of a number of regional groups across the UK which include Manchester, Reading Birmingham, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Each consists of like-minded IT support companies and managed service providers wanting to keep their “toe-in” with market and product developments, discuss some of the challenges they face in the field, and perhaps most importantly, help keep the local Dominos in business.
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Just a quick note to let you know the latest major release of MDaemon went live right on schedule last night, so it’s now available on our Web site ready for download here.
What’s in it?
There’s a short PDF walkthrough of the new features and enhancements available on our blog here, or you can view the official product update log here.
The guys in Support have been busy pulling together the documentation that’ll help you find your way around the new features in the soon to be released version 13 of MDaemon.
Don’t forget, you can find step by step guides and helpful articles across all of our products in the knowledge base area of our Web site for when they’re needed. For now, please see below for a list of the new guides specific to MDaemon.
Those of you already familiar with MDaemon and Texas-based developer Alt-N Technologies, will know that feedback from customers has always played a pivotal role in the way their products evolve.
The MDaemon beta community has been fundamental to this process but as we look towards the future and the imminent release of version 13, they’re opening this up and making it simple for anyone to contribute ideas and suggestions via their Idea Engine.
It’s generally accepted that a message size of around 20MB is too large to send via email, and you’ll find in lots of cases that mail servers will actually refuse to accept files that are this big.
There are, however, many servers that don’t limit the message size, which means if you try and share that high-quality 150MB video of your cat performing Dancing Queen, both your network and the recipient’s will work overtime trying to deal with it.
Another week, another set of new features to look at in the beta version of MDaemon version 13.
Let’s look at one of the more useful business features of MDaemon, the ability to capture email arriving on group email address such as sales@ and support@, and storing them directly into public folders. This feature allows a group of sales or support staff to monitor the public folders and take ownership of the emails, sharing the workload.