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MDaemon v17.0 - Includes Dropbox Integration for Webmail Users and Let's Encrypt Support

MDaemon has long been a favourite for small businesses who demand the security and control only a dedicated email server can offer.

In this latest major release, Texas-based developer Alt-N Technologies add yet more features to boost security, plus a raft of enhancements for users of their webmail service, a desktop replacement and genuine alternative to Outlook. 759 more words

MDaemon

Mailfence

Mailfence is an online email application that is designed to offer many protection features and protect your email privacy at all times. This enhanced email security is hosted in Belgium and gives no spying, no solicitations, no spams, no ads, no trackers, and no backdoor access. 87 more words

Office & Productivity

How to hunt down an EAS bug

In the past month I had to troubleshoot a lot of EAS related issues. This is always a complex process and you as an administrator have to collect a lot of data and provide them to your vendors. 693 more words

Exchange

Enabling users for ActiveSync based on group membership using Exchange Powershell.

I recently had a task where I was required to create a nightly task to enable or disable users’ ActiveSync access based on being a member of a group. 294 more words

Microsoft

Script - control Client Access features using set-mailbox

I put together a short script recently which will enumerate all users in an Office 365 Group (Security/Distribution/O365Group) and disable certain Client Access features. In my case, I wanted to disabled IMAP, POP and MAPI connectivity. 190 more words

Office 365

Enable/Disable ActiveSync based on AD group membership

As We have marched towards the New Year so thought of sharing something different that will make you think –> yes there are distinct ways to solve the same problem. 1,146 more words

Scripting