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“Please Note” – Message Annotation for your Email

Friday, December 19th, 2008

Have you ever wanted to add a note to an email for yourself or someone else?  The digital age has seen the paper-clipped note go the way of the dinosaur.  Today’s software programs may offer electronic notes and comments, but none specifically for email that is also shareable across programs.  Until now.   LuxSci has a feature in WebMail to add notes to messages that can be viewed by everyone and in most email programs. 

Except for Thunderbird and a few others, we are not aware of an email client that lets you make "notes" on email messages… and those that do are only visible in program that created them and not by anyone else looking at the message via IMAP or WebMail. We got to thinking of how useful a note would be that is part of the email message and viewable by anyone,  in any email program.  The LuxSci email note literally "sticks" with the message as it is forwarded to someone or copied/moved to another email folder. 

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Sending Outbound Email via IMAP?

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

LuxSci has had various people ask if we support sending outbound email via "IMAP" and we have heard people say that they send a message via their "IMAP account".  What does this mean?  There is actually something behind this.

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Email Message Tagging and Color Coding in WebMail

Saturday, June 16th, 2007

Email tagging enables you to color code and label your email messages with multiple keywords. This process helps you to both sort your messages into categories and to visually identify particular types of messages by color. This new and more visual system simplifies management of your email, especially if you are sharing your folder with others via IMAP or WebMail.

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Enhancements to LuxSci’s Forced SSL Feature

Saturday, December 17th, 2005

LuxSci has previously permitted account administrators to force everyone in their account to use only secure (over SSL) connections to POP, IMAP, SMTP, and WebMail. This feature has been extended to manage SSL use on a per-domain or per-user basis. Additionally, LuxSci has improved the Forced SSL feature so that it supports secure SMTP usage on any LuxSci SMTP ports, not just ports 465 and 6465. Sending email securely on ports 25, 80, 587, 2025, and 6025 is now permitted with “Forced SSL” enabled. Forced SSL is now compatible with any modern email client in combination with any other LuxSci outbound email features in use.

Optional Forced Use of SSL for Email Services

Saturday, September 17th, 2005

Account administrators now have the option to easily force all of their users to employ only secure connections (over SSL) to LuxSci email services. This includes POP, IMAP, SMTP, and WebMail services.