Looking for an Alternative Email Client to Microsoft Outlook? eM Client – Email and Collaboration that Works Well with MDaemon Email Server!

If you’re like me, you want an email client that’s easy to set up, easy to use, and easy on the eyes, and if it works well with MDaemon, then that’s a huge plus!

An email client that fits these criteria quite nicely is eM Client, a full-featured email client that supports email, contacts, calendars and tasks, and works on a variety of platforms and devices. Its touch-friendly design makes eM Client the ideal messaging and collaboration tool for smartphones and tablets.

eM Client is simple, elegant, customizable and easy to set up. Its built-in calendar works seamlessly with MDaemon’s free/busy server to help users avoid scheduling conflicts when planning meetings and events.

It even integrates nicely with MDaemon’s XMPP chat server for convenient instant messaging and file sharing using the integrated chat bar.

There’s even a Mac OS version!

An Email Client that’s Easy to Install and Configure. No hassles!

MDaemon users will find eM Client to be a viable alternative to Microsoft Outlook and other mail clients. Simple, hassle-free setup means users can be up and running in less than a minute by simply entering their email address and password. eM Client takes care of the rest!

To get started, download eM Client and then simply follow these steps.

  1. Launch the installer file & click Agree on the license agreement.eM Client License Agreement
  2. Click the Install button.

    eM Client Install Button
    eM Client Install Button
  3. Leave the boxes checked if you’d like to set eM Client as the default email application, run at Windows startup, and launch eM Cleint after setup, and then click on Finish.

    eM Client Install Startup Options
    eM Client Install Startup Options
  4. Enter your email address, and then click Start Now.

    eM Client Email Address
    eM Client Email Address
  5. Enter your password, and then click Continue.

    eMClient - Enter Password
    eMClient – Enter Password
  6. Verify your name and account name (your full email address), and then click Next.

    eM Client Verify Account
    eM Client Verify Account
  7. By default, email, calendars and contacts are automatically synced, and instant messaging via XMPP is enabled. Click on Finish to continue.

    eM Client Sync Calendars and Contacts
    eM Client Sync Calendars and Contacts

That’s it! You can now begin using eM Client with MDaemon!

 

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Expiring Support for Older Software: Renew & Upgrade for the Latest Features & Improved Security!

As our products have evolved over the years, with new features added regularly, older versions of our software are eventually no longer supported.

Effective July 30, 2019, technical support will be discontinued for the following product versions:

  • MDaemon – Versions 14.5.x and below
  • Security Gateway – Versions 4.5.x and below
  • Outlook Connector – Versions 4.5.x and below
  • SecurityPlus – Versions 5.0.x and below

For continued support, this is a great opportunity to renew your license and upgrade to most recent versions of our software to take advantage of the latest features! As a current user we offer an automatic 30% discount off the price of a new purchase!

Upgrade MDaemon today and get these exciting new features:

MDaemon, webmail, chat, IM, collaboration
Integrated instant messaging in MDameon Webmail

Check out our MDaemon Features by Version page to see what you could be missing!

After July 30, 2019, supported versions of MDaemon will include MDaemon 15 & up.

Upgrade Security Gateway for Email Servers today and get these exciting new features:

When you upgrade to the latest release of Security Gateway, you can take advantage of these new features:

Archiving Features in Security Gateway
Archiving Features in Security Gateway

More information on these new features can be found on our Security Gateway Product Page.

MDaemon Connector for Outlook (formerly Outlook Connector for MDaemon) has new features, too!

MDaemon Connector for Outlook Client Settings
Control MDaemon Connector for Outlook client settings from the MDaemon console

Outlook Connector has been re-branded as MDaemon Connector for Outlook, and, beginning with MDaemon 18,  is now included with MDaemon as a licensed feature (via purchase of separate license).

 

Therefore, in the latest version of MDaemon, a separate download is not required on the MDaemon server. Simply enter your MDaemon Connector license key via Help | Register your MDaemon Products to activate MDaemon Connector for Outlook. Features introduced after version 4.5 include:

  • “Expired password” or “password change required” notification for end users
  • Administrator control over which Outlook add-ins are allowed or disabled
  • Junk Email folder / Blocked Senders support
  • S/MIME support for message signing and encryption
  • MDaemon Connector configuration reports for administrators, with Outlook send/receive schedules for all accounts.
  • Centrally-managed send/receive schedules
  • Nearing/over quota alerts for end users
  • New database management tools to help administrators maintain optimal performance

Visit the MDaemon Connector for Outlook product page to learn more!

MDaemon Antivirus – with Cyren AV and Mailbox Scanning

SecurityPlus has been rebranded as MDaemon Antivirus, and beginning with MDaemon 18,  is also now a licensed feature of MDaemon that no longer requires a separate download.

Recent versions of MDaemon Antivirus include these new features:

  • Mailbox scanning
  • Cyren AV (The Kaspersky AV engine was replaced by Cyren in October, 2017)
  • ClamAV antivirus plugin
  • Exclusions for password-protected files for approved senders or recipients

Visit the MDaemon Antivirus page to learn more.

MDaemon Antivirus - Mailbox Scanning
MDaemon Antivirus – Mailbox Scanning

Would  you like to take advantage of these new features? Click here to upgrade or renew your product license today and receive the latest security and administration updates as they become available for the duration of your license term!

 

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Keep your Mail Server Running Smoothly with Today’s MDaemon Maintenance Update

MDaemon Email Server UpdateTo ensure MDaemon and its plugins provide the most up-to-date security and best performance, we often provide maintenance updates to help our customers get the most out of their business email and collaboration server.

Today, we’ve released MDaemon 19.0.2. With this update, we’ve squashed a few minor bugs and updated MDaemon Connector for Outlook to version 6.0.2.

More information on what’s included in these updates can be found in the MDaemon release notes.

Are you running an older version of MDaemon? If so, you could be missing out on many features we’ve recently added, including integrated chat and saved searches in MDaemon Webmail, new ways to share your MDaemon calendars, Message Snooze, and much more.

Visit the MDaemon Download page to download the best ever version of MDaemon!

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Not Today, Scammer! Today’s Phishing Attempt

A brief glance through my Spam folder in MDaemon Webmail today reminded me of the need for on-going education on the topic of phishing and Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams. Because businesses have already lost millions of dollars to these scams and continue to fall victim every day, it bears repeating that, while spam filters and secure email gateways continue to improve, no solution is 100% fool-proof.

Today’s phishing example was scanned by MDaemon, determined to be spam, and placed in my Spam folder for review (MDaemon can also be configured to delete spam instead of placing it in the user’s spam folder).

Most of us will likely be immediately suspicious due to all-caps “REMINDER!!!” at the top of the message, but what other phishing clues can you identify?

Phishing example, spam email
Phishing attempt with malicious file attachment

In this example, the scammer has used display name spoofing  to make the message appear to be from DHL. Most large businesses such as DHL have policies regarding email communications. DHL’s fraud awareness policy, which you can read here on their website, states:

“Please be advised that if you received an email suggesting that DHL is attempting to deliver a package requesting that you open the email attachment in order to affect delivery, this email is fraudulent, the package does not exist and the attachment may be a computer virus.

Please do not open the attachment. This email and attachment does not originate from DHL.”

But for most of us who remain unaware of DHL’s policies, it’s important to know what to look for to avoid becoming the next victim to phishing scams.

Using the DHL example, I’ve labeled the items to look out for when reviewing a suspicious email.

Phishing Example and What to Look For
Phishing Example and What to Look For

No business is too big or too small to educate its users about phishing. After all, it only takes one user to open a malicious attachment and unleash malware vicious enough to take down an entire company. Learn more about how to avoid being the next victim by reviewing these 10 tips to identify a phishing email.

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