If you’ve ever needed to recreate your Outlook profile, or have migrated to a new PC, you may have noticed you’ll lose your auto-complete information that Outlook keeps when you send a message to a recipient email address.
Ok brace yourself for a long ol’ set of release notes! This minor MDaemon update really does highlight the many hours our friends at the Texas-based developer Alt-N Technologies are putting in to make MDaemon the best mail platform out there for small businesses.
This one is mainly ‘dotting the I’s’ as it were but there’s an awful lot of them! Also if you’ve picked up one of the newer Android devices recently, you’ll no doubt be pleased to hear that you can now connect it quite happily via ActiveSync thanks to the compatibility fix for KitKat.
Yes, the latest iteration of MDaemon Messaging Server is upon us! This most recent version of the popular Microsoft Exchange alternative for small businesses is only a point release – you could easily mistake it for a major update given the size of the release notes.
With a long list of features to highlight for both admins and end users I’ll waste no further time and get straight on with what I think you might find most interesting…
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.
Our colleagues over in the technical department at MailStore have been busy working on a series of spotlight videos that focus on answering the most common questions you’re likely to have.
In this first video you’ll see just how easy it is to get up and running with MailStore by archiving a single mailbox.
- Meet MailStore – your new best friend (An end user’s guide)
- Email archiving methods explained: Journaling Vs. mailbox collection (zensoftware.co.uk)
If you’ve just downloaded MailStore, you’re no doubt primed and ready to start hitting “next, next, next” to get up and running as soon as possible. Before you do however, it is worth just taking a moment to think about your requirements in a little more detail.
We see all sorts of weird and wonderful variations to cater for different customer scenarios, but in most cases you’ll need to consider which combination of “journalling“, and direct connection to individual mailboxes you’re going to use to archive your email.