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Netmail 5.3 Features You'll Love: Proxy Access

Posted by Debbie Howlett

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Mar 18, 2014 4:39:13 PM

One of the great things about the Netmail Development team is how hard they've been working to make sure the upcoming 5.3 release of the Netmail Platform is unabashedly big, bold, and brimming with features. Can you say working weekends and pulling all nighters?

So this month, I'll be blogging about all the latest Netmail features we think you'll simply love. But don’t take my word for it. Have a look one of our most-asked-for and favorite new features: Proxy Access to Archives. To watch a short video clip of this cool new feature in action, check out Andrea's latest video on Netmail TV.

With Proxy Access, you can delegate access to another user's archived accounts through Netmail Search. While proxy access is generally used to view the email archives of users who have left an organization, it can also provide proxy-like access to a current user's archives like in situations where an assistant needs to access the CEO's archives or a supervisor needs to access the archives of an employee.

What's more, instead of keeping Exchange mailboxes of former employees active and paying Exchange license fees, now you can simply archive the account data and make it accessible through Netmail Search. A neat feature that saves you money, too!

The team is throwing another 5 or more of these at me to blog about, but you will have to wait to hear about them in a follow-up blog ...

Topics: Netmail, Email Platform, Proxy Access