In MDaemon 17, we added support for DropBox integration for WorldClient, MDaemon’s web-based email client. Now, users can easily save attachments in inbound messages to their DropBox account, or insert links to their DropBox files in outbound attachments. Because files are stored in DropBox and not on the mail server, disk space and bandwidth are reduced.
We’ve put together the following tutorial video to help you get started with WorldClient’s DropBox file sharing features.
Step-by-step instructions can be found in the following knowledge base article:
Outlook Connector for MDaemon makes collaboration easy for Outlook users, with folder sharing for email, calendars, tasks, contacts and notes. There’s also an out-of-office auto-responder with custom scheduling options.
Until now, Outlook Connector users needed to manually check for and download updates to the Outlook Connector plug-in. Now, with the release of Outlook Connector 3.6, auto-update will notify the user that a new version is available for download. This helps to ensure that all users are able to take advantage of the latest features and performance improvements.
Today, we released Outlook Connector 3.5. Outlook Connector provides groupware sharing & collaboration capabilities (calendars, contacts, tasks & notes) for Outlook users using MDaemon as the mail server platform. The following changes and new features have been added:
An option to use IMAP STARTTLS has been added to the Advanced page of the Outlook Connector account configuration dialog. Previously this option was only available for SMTP. The “Use Persistent Connection” option has been removed from the GUI but can still be set in the config.xml file if needed.
Outlook Connector now uploads copies of sent messages to the server in temporary IMAP connections, allowing them to complete in the background without blocking other operations in the Outlook UI.
Outlook Connector trial keys are now sent via email and must be entered into the installer to continue. The trial period is 30 days.
MDaemon users can use Outlook Connector to share their groupware data – Outlook calendars, contacts, tasks and notes with other Outlook Connector or WorldClient (webmail) users. Users can grant custom folder permission levels to authorized individuals, display their Contacts folder as an Outlook address book, configure an out-of-office auto-responder, and more. In this webinar, we walk you through installation and configuration of Outlook Connector, and discuss best practices for best performance.