What’s new in the MailVault v3 series?

We’ve been silent on the blog for a while now, but the engine room has been buzzing with activity.

This post breaks our blog-slumber and summarizes the goodness that’s gone into the MailVault v3 series, since the initial v3.0.0 release (in May 2012) up to the current v3.4.0 (July 2013).


  • New restyled user-interface with usability enhancements
  • Auto-discovery of Organizations and People under the new Directory tab
  • Instant searches from Directory (organization and people listings)
  • New ‘Begins with’ clause in Archive Filters
  • Minor fixes and enhancements


  • Core libraries updated
  • Minor fixes and enhancements


  • Overall performance improvements
  • Improved memory management
  • Directory searching and pagination improved
  • Restore via POP3 enhanced to handle picky email clients
  • Forward email enhanced to handle picky email clients
  • Fixed minor UI issue when using Chrome


  • Core upgrades for increased performance
  • Different locations for indexes and email possible
  • MailVault can now run as a Windows Service
  • Minor fixes and enhancements


  • Email storage and efficiency tracking
  • Restructured Reports
  • Improved indication for ‘new version availability’
  • Multiple minor fixes and enhancements

We will elaborate in more detail in future posts.

Meanwhile, more useful features are being added to your favorite email archiving solution. In case you have any feedback or suggestions, please get in touch.

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