As I’m sure you’re aware by now, I run regular live webinars for anyone new to our products who’d like to be shown around without necessarily having to install a trial. They are however, during the day, so I thought I’d share a recorded version for those of you who might like to take a look at your leisure…
This one’s a general overview of MDaemon to begin with and then I drill down into a walkthrough of the product and its various interfaces.
I hope you find it useful, don’t forget, for a full list of future webinar dates and to book your place on any of them please click here
Even with the best intentions, I know it can sometimes be difficult to squeeze in attending our live webinars during the working day so for convenience I’ve just uploaded a recorded version of the one I ran last week demonstrating a MailStore installation.
In this video I show you how straightforward it is to get MailStore up and running on an Exchange box, so it’s ideal if you’re completely new to the product and also useful if you’re planning on installing MailStore imminently and could do with a refresher.
I hope you find the video useful, don’t forget, for a full list of future webinar dates and to book your place on any of them please click here
If you were unable to make the last ‘Introduction to BackupAssist’ Webinar session, please find below a recording of the last session that took place on Thursday the 13th December.
This webinar is ideal if you’re new to the software and perhaps don’t quite have the time to install the trial. It’s also ideal if you’re just interested in learning a little more about the pros and cons of the various backup strategies available to you with the product. Running time 1 hour 5 minutes.
For a full list of future webinar dates and to book your place please click here
If you’re new to MDaemon and want a quick and easy way to get up to speed on the features it offers, I’ve just added a brand new webinar you should find ideal.
During this one hour session I’ll focus on the user’s experience via Outlook and MDaemon’s web mail client, plus I’ll show you how simple it is to connect from any of the current mobile devices.
Our Aussie friends over at BackupAssist developer Cortex IT, have opened up a great opportunity for our partners to attend the first in what we hope will be a series of online Webinar/ Q&A sessions.
They’re presented directly by the BackupAssist development team and are a unique chance to hear about BackupAssist’s Hyper-V backup capabilities while also providing feedback should you wish.