MDaemon 14 was released earlier this week and with it, an updated webmail client with a snazzy new look and feel.
Outlook has a tendency to hog large chunks of memory and this, coupled with the cost of the licencing means that there’s an emerging market of users like myself who are looking for an alternative.
We’re seeing a few cases where customers who’ve recently upgraded to MDaemon 13.5 are seeing some oddities with Worldclient. Essentially they’re no longer seeing the list of emails they’ve received and can’t select any items. This is obviously not by design and it only seems to effect users in Internet Explorer version 10. Continue reading
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.
Are you an MDaemon user with an old expired licence?
Would you benefit from better performance, two way synchronisation of any mobile device, a fast “desktop-like” Webmail client and more?
Upgrade to MDaemon Pro version 13.0 this month and we’ll provide you with all of this, upgrade protection for another 12 months and free technical support, for 50% less than it would ordinarily cost!
If you’re an existing business user you’d be crazy to miss out on this great saving and it’s really simple to take advantage of…
In this next MDaemon 13 Beta post I want to look at one completely new feature and another that’s more of an enhancement to an existing feature.
Lets start with the new feature…
If you’re a WorldClient user who often sends out the same set of files, product brochures and price lists for example – keeping a local copy on every PC you use can be a chore.
A new year and a new challenge for MDaemon customers.
Over the last 12 months we have seen significant improvements to WorldClient that have increased both performance as well as functionality and consequently have seen a greater uptake of users switching to it for their main access method.
What we are now interested to know is what is stopping the rest of us from switching to WorldClient full time and moving away from Outlook as our main email client.