As part of an ongoing global pricing review, SecurityGateway developer Alt-N Technologies recently announced a reduction of up to 40% across nearly all licence sizes.
This means highly effective email security, including message retention, and colour coded traffic logs, can now be purchased for as little as £143.00 + VAT for 10 users.
SecurityGateway reseller? Don’t forget to claim your free not-for-resale licence.
If you currently use an on-premise mail server such as Exchange or MDaemon Messaging Server, SecurityGateway is a fantastic way to protect your business against the many email-based threats in circulation.
This summer, developer Alt-N technologies have announced they’ll be offering 30% off the cost of all NEW licences, which means SecurityGateway is currently £70.00 + VAT for 5 users!
First launched back in 2008, SecurityGateway is the brainchild of Texas-based Alt-N technologies, developer of the popular alternative to Microsoft Exchange, MDaemon Messaging Server.
When Alt-N realised that even users of Exchange were buying MDaemon to use as a pre-filter because of how well the spam and virus protection performed, it wasn’t long before they took the decision to release a standalone, purpose-built product….enter SecurityGateway.
A new update for MailStore has just been made available by the German development team and is now available to download from our Web site.
Towards the tail end of last year, Microsoft announced a somewhat controversial decision to call time on the hugely popular Small Business Server (SBS) 2011 – the last OEM copies of which will be exhausted by the end of 2013.
SBS has now been replaced by two flavours of Windows Server 2012 (Essentials and Standard), but unlike their predecessor, neither of which include an email server component – highlighting Microsoft’s intention to ‘guide’ customers towards their cloud/ hosted services.
The release of BackupAssist v7.1 is only a few days away now so I thought it would be the perfect time to introduce one of the great new features, the ‘Exchange Granular Restore Console’.
Leading Microsoft Exchange resource site, MSExchange.org, has again awarded MailStore Server with their best accolade in a recent review conducted by Exchange expert, J. Peter Bruzzese.
Bruzzese conducted a thorough test evaluation of version 8.0.3 and was particularly impressed by how quickly and easily the software could be installed and configured.
He also went on to praises the fact there’s support for Exchange Server and Outlook 2013, the additional compliance options (email preview, retention policies, legal hold and auditor access), and the wide-ranging options for access via Web Access, Mobile Web Access for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
He labels MailStore Server “an all-in-one solution” and with his closing statement concluded “I was impressed with it in the past and I’m equally pleased with it now.”.
To read the full review visit this link.
It’s quite likely you’re aware that legislation exists surrounding email retention, but do you know which of the many regulations apply to you and your business?
Some industries are subject to more regulations than others, but nearly all companies are affected by some form of legal compliance.
Let’s look at some of the main legal requirements that are likely to affect your clients…
Kerio Connect integration
There’s no doubt that the vast majority of customers I speak to about MailStore are using it for archiving Exchange in one of it’s many forms.
I’ve had a number of queries of late however, relating to the mechanics of MailStore’s new integration with one of the Exchange alternatives on the market, Kerio Connect (formerly Kerio Mail Server).
I’ve found myself directing most people in the direction of the developer’s excellent online support pages so I thought it worth pulling out this article on the various setup options available to you as a Kerio Connect user.