MailStore version 13.0 is now live and includes important new security features for archiving cloud services. This release focuses on the following features:
- Improved usability of MailStore with cloud services
- Support for Modern Authentication (Office 365 and Google Gsuite)
- Increased security
- Improved user experience
MailStore version 12.1 is now live and includes some great new features for new users of the software as well as improvements for end users.
End users icons have been modernised to fit in with current versions of Outlook; a new print function added; the ability to export and flatten the folder structure of mailbox data if required; several security improvements and fixes; and overall performance of mailbox archiving has also been increased by up to 20%!
MailStore version 12 is now live and includes some great new features that will help tighten up security for all MailStore installations. In our opinion the best new feature is the brand new ‘Mailstore Gateway’ service that will make archiving Office 365 and Google G Suite mail much simpler to configure allowing you to use Journaling as the main archive method.
I don’t often get asked about the MailStore proxy, as most of our customers tend to use a local email server of some kind such as MDaemon or Microsoft Exchange where it’s not needed. Every so often however, I’ll be asked about creating a centralised archiving solution for an off-site POP3/ SMTP service which is where it provides a simple but effective solution.
Typically customers using these services will have have been using simple, user-based archiving such as the manual creation of local PST files which may or may not be include in a wider backup strategy – by no means an ideal solution.