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WebAideSync 5 with Automatic Outlook Synchronization

Saturday, July 9th, 2011

LuxSci is pleased to announce the latest release of our WebAideSync plugin tool for Microsoft Outlook — WebAideSync 5!

This update incorporates the long-awaited and much-asked-for feature of allowing automatic synchronization of Outlook contacts, calendars, and tasks with LuxSci WebAides. Create an AutoSync session, and WebAideSync will automatically keep your folders up-to-date without having you to run the tool again, even if you close and re-open Outlook.


WebAideSync Outlook Synchronization Plugin v4.0 is Out

Friday, May 6th, 2011

LuxSci is pleased to announce the release of WebAideSync 4, the latest version of its collaboration plugin for Microsoft Outlook.

WebAideSync is a versatile tool that allows all LuxSci users to synchronize their Outlook address books, calendars, and task lists with LuxSci WebAides.  Paired with the MobileSync tool for synchronizing WebAides with your handheld or mobile device, it’s now easier than ever to keep your data maintained and up-to-date wherever and whenever you need to.  Some of the key changes and new features in this release are:

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MX Logic Enhancements and Branding Changes

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

LuxSci has been a partner of MX Logic since 2003, integrating with them to provide Premium Email Filtering and Premium Email Archival.

Over the weekend of Jan. 22-24, MX Logic will deploy a wide range of service and feature enhancements, many of which will reflect the initial phase of changes from MX Logic to McAfee (they were recently acquired by McAfee).  These changes include:

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Three Kinds of Distribution Lists

Tuesday, August 18th, 2009

Many of our clients prefer and sometimes require the use of  “Distribution Lists” to send email messages to multiple recipients.

We are often asked if LuxSci supports “Distribution Lists”.  The answer is “Yes”, and we have three different approaches to send email messages to pre-defined lists of recipients.  We feel that is helpful to present each solution using the same requirements and to compare the relative merits of each.

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Premium Email Filtering and Archival Enhancements

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

LuxSci and its partner MX Logic have released a series of updates to LuxSci’s Premium Email Filtering and Premium Email Archival services.  These changes include:

  • Improved look and feel for the Premium Email Filtering portal.
  • Localization of these portal pages into many languages such as: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Korean
  • New archival import services to facilitate import of historical data sets larger than 50 GB into the archival system.
  • New Outlook 2007 integration with Premium Email Archival permits searching for, viewing, and saving copies of archived messages directly through Outlook 2007.  This Outlook add-in can be downloaded via the Online Help area of the archival portal.
  • New “backscatter” filter allows administrators to block the receipt of all inbound bounce messages (available under the inbound policies – anti-spam – classification – more options area).

For complete details of all of the changes to the Premium Filtering and Archival services, see this service enhancement announcement from MX Logic.

How to Install S/MIME (and PGP) Encryption Certificates into Major Email Clients

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

We at LuxSci are always being asked questions about various email programs and their usage.  With HIPAA compliance becoming more and more important, we get a lot of inquiries regarding secure email. One of the most frequently asked questions is how to install S/MIME security certificates in various email programs that our servers support. Sometimes finding instructions on installing security certificates in various email clients is difficult, even with the help of search engines. To make your search easier, we have complied instructions for several of the the major email clients:

  • S/MIME for Outlook 2003
  • S/MIME for Outlook 2007
  • S/MIME for Mail.app
  • S/MIME for Entourage
  • S/MIME for Thunderbird
  • PGP for Thunderbird via the Enigmail Add-on.

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Save your Outbound Email Automatically to your Sent Email Folder. No IMAP needed.

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

LuxSci users have a new setting whereby they can choose to have copies of all messages that they send via SMTP from their email programs automatically delivered to their “sent” email folder on the server. This is advantageous in that:

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Outlook WebAideSynch Plugin Now Free to All Users

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

LuxSci’s Outlook WebAideSynch Plugin allows users to import, export, and synchronize their WebAide  Calendars, Tasks, and Address Books with Outlook 2002+ with the touch of a button.

This Outlook Plugin is now available free to all users; previously, an Enterprise WebAides license was required.  This means that users who have not purchased an Enterprise WebAides license now have access to this plugin to synchronize their Calendar, Address Book, and any shared global WebAides with their Outlook client.  Synchronizing with Outlook also makes it easy to synchronize with most mobile devices that have the ability to synchronize with Outlook.

Outlook WebAideSynch works with Outlook version 2002 and newer.  Existing users can download and install this plugin from LuxSci’s help pages: WebAideSynch: Synchronization Plugin for Outlook.

Premium Email Archival Outlook 2007 Integration

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

Archival-Outlook Integration is Near!

In June, the Message Archiving Service will be expanded with the addition of Outlook 2007 integration. The new feature option will enable Premium Email Archiving Service users to be able to search for, view, and save copies of archived messages directly through their Microsoft Outlook 2007 email client via a new Outlook Integration feature. Outlook Integration will be made available at no charge.

Available to all customers Monday, June 2, 2009, this upgrade will allow users to locate and view archived messages directly through Outlook 2007, without having to log into the Archival Console, making access to the archive faster and easier.

Viewing the Message Source / Full Headers of an Email

Wednesday, February 4th, 2009

When diagnosing issues with email delivery and analyzing the properties of an email message, it is almost always the case that one needs to obtain either the “full headers” of the message or the “source” of the message.

The “message source” is the complete raw content that represents the message.  This includes all of the “metadata” about the message (who its from and to, the subject, etc.) as well the body content and all of the attachments. The full message source really contains two distinct parts — the full headers and the body.  The full headers are at the beginning of the message source and continue until a blank line is reached;  one or more blank lines separate the headers from the body.

In this article, we are not going to discuss what is in the headers or body, or how that information is formatted.  Instead, we will show you how to retrieve this information when using different kinds of email programs and web-based systems.  With these instructions, you should be able to get the “full headers” from any email message located in most email systems.  This information can be helpful to your technical support representatives when analyzing message behavior.

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