MailStore Server v10.2: New Web Access Client, Digitally Signed Exports and More…


Great news – it’s here, and it’s available for download now via our website. It’s the latest update to MailStore Server, the email archiving software for Office365, Exchange and MDaemon.

The highlight is a complete overhaul of the web search client, but there’s also the introduction of digital signing for exported email in all three versions of MailStore and status reports for the Service Provider edition.

The developer’s blog announcement mentions they’re ‘bringing the user experience and security to a new level’.  I can’t argue with that from what I’ve seen so far, and the particularly interesting part is that this release is the developmental stepping stone for lots more in the way of improvements in the months to come.

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6 Reasons to Archive Office 365 Email Using MailStore Server


Office 365 does offer users some archiving features, but to get anything more than very basic storage you need to either pay for a Premium add-on or go for one of the more expensive Enterprise plans.

Getting your head around what each of the Office 365 plans can offer you in the way of archiving can be a challenge in itself, but as a high-level overview, there are basically three camps…

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MailStore v10.1 – Now With Email Reporting For Administrators

MailStore 10.1

Legally secure, fully automated email archiving is something that every business can benefit from, regardless of size or industry.

Today MailStore Server, the world’s leading e-mail archiving solution expands its extensive feature set, to include individual email reports, advanced search settings for users, and further enhancements for administrators.

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98.9% of Customers Recommend MailStore Server For Email Archiving

ms-survey-2016The team at German developer MailStore GmbH have again been busy grilling a little over 1000 of their beloved customers for honest feedback on their products, customer service, and support, in the bi-annual MailStore satisfaction survey. 

The results (thankfully!) were really good. So good in fact, that they’ve pulled out all the stops, and celebrated with a rather snazzy infographic to highlight their impressive achievements and to give you a warm, fuzzy glow if you’re a MailStore Server, Home, or Service Provider customer.

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It’s Decision Time – Choosing an Email Solution Post Exchange 2003

MDaemon 15.5Back in April 2014, support for Exchange 2003 was officially brought to a close by Microsoft. Among those impacted were the vast number of smaller companies using the hugely popular Small Business Server 2003.

Many moved across to alternative solutions early doors, but faced with unwanted expense and the potential for significant disruption, many sensibly remained firmly in the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” camp, putting off the decision for as long as possible.

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MailStore Home Edition – The Free Email Archiving Software For Your Personal Email

As an archiving solution for individuals, MailStore Home is a hidden gem, and one we’re guilty of not giving enough exposure here on the blog. 

In a nutshell, MailStore Home solves two of the biggest problems you’re likely to face as a home user with a personal email account(s):

  1. How to find specific emails quickly when they’re buried among hundreds of messages from GroupOn 
  2. How not to lose your email should your hosting provider spontaneously combust

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Archiving Office 365 with MailStore just got even quicker!

If you’re using Office 365, or one of the many hosted Exchange variants available today, you may be aware that MailStore has long been able to give you a complete and automatically synchronised off-site copy of your mail.

I’ve always been happy recommending it as a solution, Office 365 outages happen so it is popular among our customers, however when my colleagues over in the German development team at MailStore let me know about their recent breakthrough in the latest version, I could immediately see the potential for hosted Exchange customers.

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