|Price, Buy or Upgrade
VisNetic MailServer 9.3 - What's New?
With added support for mobile devices,
browsers and other applications, improvements to the mail server engine, and
new features added to every component in VMS, this is a critical release that
is recommended for all users
- Latest Mac OS X Leopard (and Windows) Safari is completely supported by
WebMail including all features and controls. You don't have to leave your
favorite browser to check emails.
Firefox is also now fully supported in version 9.3, allowing users to access
WebMail through their favorite browser.
iPhone Skin -
dedicated skin for iPhone with extra features- home and contacts.
are useful when several aliases exist for the same account. By defining a From:
name and alias email address users can impersonate separate identities for
emailing friends, colleagues, or business partners, with the correspondence
still delivered to the same mailbox. Several users can access common mailboxes
and have their messages sorted to folders with the use of "plus
addressing", such as marty:firstname.lastname@example.org.
and Performance Enhancements: New PHP 5.2.6 FastCGI multi-process
engine with automatic PHP recovery for rock-solid web applications
Email in New Window
- You can lookup previous emails on a given subject using full text search or
selecting from the message list and double-clicking or using Enter, and they
will be opened in separate windows for copy paste actions or quick reference,
with the option to minimize those not in use to right-hand dock.
- RSS (Really Simple Syndication) gives users access to frequently updated
content such as Blog entries, news headlines, stock quotes or podcasts, from
within the WebMail Pro interface. You can sort feeds using color flags, nested
folders, move/delete them with a mouse, and have new articles downloaded on
login or on schedule.
Balancing - Master/Slave Mode - if the server is configured as slave,
actions already performed by the master are skipped (remote server watchdog,
backup, AD sync, antispam reports, mail archive backup, Bayes indexing), so
that actions are not duplicated and resources wasted.
Rules/CF Action -
message headers (add, update, delete header) can now be edited within Rules. It
can be done on the user, domain and global level and never affects the other
levels, the master message file is preserved. Examples and structure have been
updated. This header transformation is also implemented for content filters.
- CA verification and peer CA files provide rich Status/Session monitoring,
serious security levels, a replacement for a VPN system, and the possibility to
secure protocols such as VNC, RDP, NetBios.
Service IP Address
binding/ Verify peer certificate- secure a specific MailServer
service, e.g. WebMail, by creating a client certificate for each user and send
them the client cert, then on VMS, create a new Control service binding and
request a peer certificate verification.
Statistics / Mailbox Quota - The account statistics returned by the server contain
mailbox quota (if enabled) in percentage. The GUI has been also updated so you
can see the list of users and their current quota usage in percentage of the
Mode Setting -
each service can now be set to automatically or manually start.
Notify users "x" days before password expiration with a custom message.
- final recipient/member variables used for each out going message. This allows
you to use %%recipient%% and similar variables containing the member
information when sending a mailer out.
- "Do not archive spam" option added. No spam will be archived any
longer with this option enabled.
- "User can send mail to local domains only" option now available.
Sessions - All WebMail
sessions are now displayed and a Kill session has now been implemented.
Traffic and volume charts have been updated. Save To File (exports Account
Statistics, Traffic Charts, Volume chart to jpeg) support has also been added.
- Command tool display system, * (wildcard) will display all system variables
and their values. Works with account, domain, service, and system calls as
Mobile Services /
SMS Server - Full-featured software gateway to mobile
networks allowing users to send and receive SMS messages, send bulk text messages
and use SyncML Push technology. By using a special internal protocol, you can
bridge email and text messages to send SMS alerts and notifications anywhere
where you can send an email. Advanced features include user authentication,
gateway load-balancing and support for both locally connected and remote HTTP
- SyncML SMS Push brings unattended SyncML synchronization invoked by SMS on
server event (change in IMAP or GroupWare data). Current state of
implementation works withSynthesis, Funambol and Nokia Push. The
solution is TCP/IP Push ready, to trigger synchronization via HTTP connection.
- DES (Data Encryption Standard) algorithm based data security can be enabled
in Funambol SyncML client to protect data transferred in the synchronization
process (emails, contacts, events, notes etc).
and Restore Sync Modes
- New backup/restore sync modes available via BACKUP URL parameter. Any data
type such as Contacts, Events (which are possible to synchronize already), but
also SMS, MMS, Bookmarks (beside nested) can be saved to File resource. This
allows users to create a backup safely stored on the server, which can be used
to easily restore user content in case the device was lost, stolen, or data corruption
occurred. Since backups use non-browsable files as the target, any device is
compatible with this feature.
Filters - Mail filters support for Funambol (and some other mail
synchronization capable clients) has been greatly enhanced as per SyncML 1.2
specification. Using filters, you can limit what data will be actually pulled
from the server (header/body/attachment, maximum size, time received,
attachment stripping and body concatenation).