February 2nd, 2004

POP Limits Added

LuxSci imposes limits on the average frequency of POP connections. Clients should not connect more frequently than once every 2 minutes on average unless special dispensation is given. Violations will result in warnings and then, if they continue, short periods of suspended POP access. This limit has been imposed because we have noticed that a […]

January 29th, 2004

Audit Reports

Additional Login Auditing Reports. We have added 2 new reports for login auditing. The new “POP Summary” report gives a summary of the number of connections that you are making to your POP server each hour. Since we have a cutoff of no more than 1 connection every 2 minutes, you can use this report […]

January 26th, 2004

Anonymous SMTP

LuxSci announces¬†Anonymous SMTP Services. When you send email from an email client (like Outlook or Mozilla), information about your email client and the Internet address of your computer are included in the email messages and are visible to all recipients (This is not true when sending email from WebMail, however). Many people interested in privacy […]

January 23rd, 2004

Automatic User Disabling/Deletion

Account administrators can now configure their account to automatically disable and/or delete users who have not logged in (to POP, IMAP, SMTP, or WebMail services) recently. Administrators can specify what constitutes “recently” and can select which, if any users, are eligible for auto-deletion or auto-disabling. Account Automation API access is required to enable and configure […]

November 25th, 2003

New Email Guard Features

Several new Email Guard features have been added: The Email Guard portal for end users will now support versions of Netscape 4.x. Users can associate multiple email addresses (“alias email addresses”) to one primary email address. The Spam quarantine information for a set of associated email addresses is combined in a single Spam Quarantine Report […]

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