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Introducing GFI MailEssentials v. 21

Recent malware trend reports show the need to have a solid email security solution which can stop both spam and malware before hitting the user’s inbox. Here is where GFI MailEssentials can help.

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Best practices for changing your SMTP banner

When systems connect to your email system’s external connector, the only thing they must see is a 220 response, which is the SMTP response code that indicates the server can accept email.

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Q2 Exchange updates are a little thinner than last time, though no less important

While most of us have been spending time at the beach, or perhaps at the lake, this summer, the Exchange Team has been hard at work on the latest round of Cumulative Updates for Exchange.

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GFI FaxMaker has a new look!

We’re excited to introduce the new and improved GFI FaxMaker which comes equipped with a new interface allowing administrators to easily monitor and manage all faxing and SMS activities.

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Kerio Operator and Kerio Control recommended by PC Pro magazine

Two Kerio products have recently been given great reviews by PC Pro magazine, one of the most trusted technology magazines in the United Kingdom.

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Well, this will (probably) be the last time you patch Exchange 2007

Can you believe the end of the first quarter of 2017 has come and gone. Where in the world does the time go? Wherever it does go, it’s taking Exchange 2007 with it.

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An important shift in Microsoft’s email hygiene approach

In an interesting shift, it seems Microsoft is getting out of the on-premises email filtering business.

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How to keep mission critical email online

Email is the lifeblood of your business. Your sales team uses it every day to deliver quotes and keep in touch with your customers. Your customers use it to submit orders to you.

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Cool tools: The Exchange client network bandwidth calculator

It’s one of those strange truths of networking. No matter how much bandwidth you buy, your consumption will increase to the point where it’s barely enough and you will want more.

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Migrating public folders from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2016

One of the biggest blockers to move on from Exchange 2007 seems to be that customers do not know what to do with their legacy Public Folders. Here are a few solutions.

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