SmarterMail Enterprise Build 7719

SmarterMail Enterprise Build 7719
SmarterMail Enterprise Build 7719


SmarterMail offers all of the same features as Microsoft Exchange, but at a FRACTION of the cost. Unlike Exchange, features like audio and video group chat, and Team Workspaces for team meetings and group collaboration are included at no extra charge.

SmarterMail is the only on-prem email alternative to Exchange for web hosts, ISPs, small businesses and enterprises that want Exchange-level functionality, but without the high costs associated with Exchange.

An Ideal Email Solution
SmarterMail is a full-featured email, group chat and team collaboration server that is the perfect alternative to Microsoft Exchange. It's designed to provide the fuctionality businesses need, without sacrificing secure, reliable access to business, and personal, communication.

However, SmarterMail offers a much lower price point than Exchange, has affordable hardware requirements, offers superior stability and can reduce maintenance costs. Therefore, it has a significantly lower total cost of ownership than Exchange, making it the best-in-class email and collaboration solution for SMBs and Enterprises, as well as for ISPs and hosting companies.

On the Web or In Your Hand
SmarterMail includes one of the most powerful browser-based webmail clients on the market. Compatible with all major desktop and mobile web browsers, using the webmail client eliminates the necessity of any other software, from email clients to calendar apps, freeing up disk space and eliminating the maintenance tasks that come from having more software installed on people's laptops and personal computers.

If desktop and mobile apps are needed, SmarterMail can handle those as well: From native Microsoft Outlook compatability to integration with other desktop email clients such as Apple Mail, eM Client, Windows Mail and more. In addition, SmarterMail works pefectly on mobile email clients and applications such as Apple's iOS email client, calendar and notes applications, Samsung's mail and calendaring apps, Mobile Outlook, the Gmail mobile client and more.

Total Collaboration
SmarterMail offers a number of collaboration features that make it easy to work together with team members, customers and partners. Whether using SmarterMail's webmail client or a favorite desktop or mobile client, SmarterMail can help increase the overall productivity of an organization.

The collaboration features available include:

Organizational Calendars and Conference Rooms
Shared Contacts, Calendars, Tasks and Notes
Group Chat, for internal, one-one-one text, audio and video chat
Team Workspaces for internal or external team text, audio and video chat
Much more

Industry Standard Email Security
SmarterMail comes equipped with several email security features that are available without spending more money or adding third-party software. This includes industry standard spam filtering that can protect the server from virtually all incoming and outgoing spam as well as enterprise-level antivirus for detecting trojans, viruses, malware and other malicious threats.

Of course, if addtional methods of prevention are preferred, SmarterMail easily integrates with enterprise-level solutions such as, Cyren Zero-Hour Outbreak Detection, Cyren Premium Antispam and MessageSniffer. In addition, if a system administrator has a favorite antispam or antivirus solution, SmarterMail is flexible enough to allow for additonal third-party products and services, or even security appliances, to be used in any corporate email environment.

Simple Administration
With an extremely simple set up process, getting SmarterMail installed and running takes minutes. From there, SmarterMail offers system administrators a number of administration tools to help keep things running smoothly. In addition, simple tasks can be handed off to domain administrators, freeing system administrators up for the more important task of keeping the server stable and secured.

In addition, SmarterMail is completely API-driven. That means that tasks can easily be automated -- from domain creation to on-demand changes to security settings. Integrations with management applications and control panels is also possible, further simplifying administration of the server.

Build 7719 (Feb 18, 2021)
Added: Dark mode for all Froala editors across all areas.
Added: IP address to Detailed LDAP logging.
Changed: App Passwords that are generated by Two-Step Authentication now include lowercase letters and numbers.
Changed: Delete buttons are disabled when first going to any grid view.
Changed: Deleting a shared folder in IMAP now uses the consumer's name/email instead of the owner's.
Changed: Generate/validate DKIM signatures now using message bytes rather than text. (Fixes potential encoding issues).
Changed: The error message has been clarified when system administrators attempt to delete a primary domain administrator account.
Changed: The font-size and font-weight of components for calendar events in month view.
Changed: Updated ClamAV to 0.103.1.
Changed: Updated Froala to 3.2.6-1.
Fixed: A contact created with multiple email addresses only syncs the first three email addresses in Outlook for Mac (EWS).
Fixed: A user with full control of a shared mail folder that contains subfolders cannot delete messages in the subfolders.
Fixed: Any shares to a custom User Group cannot be removed if a calendar is also shared to the Everyone or Administrator User Groups.
Fixed: Appointment font size is inconsistent in the web interface across all calendar views.
Fixed: Autocomplete styling now appears correctly in dark theme.
Fixed: Calendar month view cuts off the time component for events with long subject lengths.
Fixed: Calendar summaries may show an encoded ampersand in web interface.
Fixed: Clients/protocols are improperly adding folders whose names contain only a period.
Fixed: Downloaded attachment data was incorrect in webmail with a plain text transfer and odd encoding.
Fixed: Drafts updated in Outlook for Mac (EWS) do not check the Max Message Size.
Fixed: Drafts updated over IMAP do not check the Max Message Size.
Fixed: Email attachment names may not be parsed correctly in web mail and EAS.
Fixed: Encoded emails with plain text transfer encoding on attachments are malformed in Mac Mail (EWS).
Fixed: EWS message not properly parsing certain email addresses.
Fixed: Existing shares on subfolders are lost when a parent folder has a new share added to it.
Fixed: HTML editors are defaulting to expanded mode on autoresponder page in the web interface.
Fixed: Linkify on calendar appointments is including the closing '>' on some plain text descriptions.
Fixed: MAPI calendar invite responses are reset to 'None' when attendees are added or removed.
Fixed: MAPI exception during email sync may cause a folder to stop syncing.
Fixed: New aliases added via the API do not display in the web interface until the domain is reloaded.
Fixed: Notifications may show raw HTML code.
Fixed: Outlook 2010 (IMAP) is getting a permissions error when interacting with folders in a specific way.
Fixed: Saving a new Task folder does not preserve the folder's color selection.
Fixed: Scenario where a calendar subpart may not be correctly identified.
Fixed: Scenario where a contact's Phone Numbers card can wrap to a second column in the web interface.
Fixed: Scenario where Contacts page fails to load in the web interface.
Fixed: Scenario where editing a draft in webmail can create duplicate drafts.
Fixed: Secondary system administrators without "Manage secondary administrators" permission can modify languages for others.
Fixed: Swapping from Card to Grid View in Notes or Task when there are none causes the Delete button to become enabled briefly.
Fixed: System greylisting checks may cause slow downs on systems with a lot of traffic.
Fixed: The Hex Color selection box is partially cut off when creating a new Calendar folder.
Fixed: The hover color of an email folder when dragging and dropping email is wrong in Dark Theme.
Fixed: The Notifications Actions (...) button disable logic does not work properly on mobile devices.
Fixed: Turkish characters do not work in most encoding types in EWS.
Fixed: Updating the subject line of an email twice from Outlook (MAPI) does not update other Outlook (MAPI) clients.
Fixed: Users with full control on shared mail folder cannot move messages from that folder into their own folders.
Fixed: Viewing an appointment from a shared calendar in Outlook for Mac (EWS) shows Accept/Tentative/Decline options.
Security: Fixed one or more security issues were fixed. It is recommended that all users update to this release.


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