Interested in trying CloudPanel out yourself?Well you are in luck! We now have an online demo available for you to try. This demo will give you full control of CloudPanel and allow you to provision Exchange resources and even login to Exchange. Please keep in mind that this is a demo environment and is limited on resources! Continue reading Online demo is now available!
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Know More IT?will be partnering with Mailprotector and including integration with their Cloudfilter service into CloudPanel! This will allow you to provision your customer accounts directly from CloudPanel and allow administrators to manage quarantine and log searches!
Mailprotector supports other features such as email archiving, email encryption, and email continuity!
Effectively quarantine bad email
Inbound/Outbound protection from harmful spam, viruses, and malware
CloudFilter stops the junk and lets the good email through. Messages which contain offensive, harmful, or policy violating content are held in quarantine, while any good messages continue on their way to the end user.
CloudFilter can be working for you in less than an hour. All it takes is a quick MX record change on your mail server to direct your email through our secure filtering systems.
Daily email security reports
Summarizes email stats and streamlines quarantine tasks
Works perfectly on any device
Users can receive a daily email security report which shows a summary of the messages they have recently received. It’s a great way for your users to see exactly how much CloudFilter is doing to protect them, and it looks great on desktop or mobile devices.
Release spam without the need to login
Messages can be released directly from a link in the email, so there?s no need to login. This saves users from the hassle of logging in to their console and sifting through the full list of messages in the quarantine.
Easily add good senders to ?allow? list
Once a message is released and the confirmation screen is shown, a user can add the sender?s address to their allow list, so messages from that sender are never held in quarantine again.
- Exchange 2016 Support
- Manage Active Directory security groups per company
- Public Folder integration for 2013 and 2016
- You can no longer delete a user that is on litigation hold. In previous versions deleting a user removed the user from Active Directory regardless if it has a mailbox. Now deleting a user that is enabled in Exchange will result in the mailbox being disabled first then the user deleted.
- Allow domains to be created in multiple companies (shared domains)
- URL’s use mostly UserPrincipalNames instead of UserGuids to make it easier using the API
- Step by step wizard when creating a user that allows you to enter more data
- Ability to customize the company code to what you want (letters, whitespace, and numbers only) or allow the system to automatically generate it for you
- Global search option which searches only what you have permissions to
- New option for setting the DisplayName to a different value for the address lists. Previous versions created it as “<CompanyCode> – All Users” and that is how it would be displayed in Outlook and OWA, but now you can set the address list name/value to “<CompanyCode> – All Users” but keep the display name as “All Users”
- New OS style selecting when choosing members for distribution groups and security groups. You can now use CTRL + SELECT or SHIFT + SELECT to select multiple options just like you would in Windows
- Resource mailboxes are not associated with an address book policy
- Top companies graph is sorted in the wrong direction
- Creating new users over and over resulted in error about too many Exchange connections
- You can delete a user on litigation hold
- SamAccountName does not limit characters to 19
- Generating password fields do not work
- LitigationHoldDuration error with Exchange 2010
- jQuery toggles were not working in some browsers
- Company Admins cannot access Citrix because it was looking for the wrong permission value
- Importing users would fail with Nullable value error