With several new features and numerous improvements, our new version will not only please admins but end users and business owners too.
MailStore Product Manager
MailStore Server and SPE users can now login to MailStore using their customary Microsoft 365 or Google G Suite login details. So, rather than having to remember separate passwords for MailStore, all they need to do is use their Microsoft 365 or Google G Suite login data. This way they can also benefit from the additional security features of these cloud-based services when accessing their archive, such as multi-factor authentication.
Removal of Mobile Web Access
Customers who previously used Mobile Web Access for MailStore Server and the SPE are now able to use our modern and secure responsive Web Access. The legacy Mobile Web Access is no longer available in Version 13.
MailStore Server and SPE users benefit from a number of improvements when it comes to accessing and using the archive. The loading time of the responsive Web Access, in particular, has been significantly reduced. Various other minor improvements as well as comprehensive updating of all web components have been carried out for an even smoother search experience, particularly on mobile devices. The responsive display on mobile devices has also been improved significantly and features, among other things, a larger reading area. Meanwhile, the new “jump to folder” function allows you to switch directly to a desired folder by clicking on the folder path in the message view, which makes it even easier to find emails belonging to the same project or public folder. Time information is also displayed alongside the date in the MailStore Client’s message list.
Encrypted Connections Only
In Version 13, unencrypted connections to MailStore Server are no longer supported. This means that end users receive fewer warning messages when using a modern web browser to access the archive, while being able to rely on secure connections with MailStore Server. It’s also easier for end users to verify the security of a connection via their browser (e.g. via the lock symbol in Chrome’s address bar). This is particularly useful when using non-trusted connections, such as public wireless networks at airports.
In both MailStore Server and the SPE, this has been aligned with the certificate validation routine of the most important web browsers, enabling end users to identify breaches of security policies across all clients (MailStore Client, Outlook Add-in and Web Access).