MailVault v4.3.0 is available.
This is a significant release and adds some exciting new features, while setting the stage for a few more interesting things to follow soon.
This release contains:
- Import legacy email in PST files directly into MailVault
- New email restore option – into a PST file
- Export a search result set into a CSV file (useful for audit)
- Delete mail after ‘x’ days from mail source (POP3, IMAP, IMAP-Turbo, MS-Exchange)
- Google Apps mail source renamed to G Suite
- Added new mail source G Suite Turbo (given the bandwidth, handles downloads faster)
- Archiving speed improvements
- Unix mbox mail source enhanced
- Other minor fixes and enhancements
MailVault has always worked with all mail servers and all email clients, but if you are a Microsoft Outlook heavy organization, then you’ll appreciate the convenience of working directly with PST files, introduced in this release. Users can now import email from PST files directly into MailVault (perfect for all the earlier ‘backup’ PST files lying around, before you implemented MailVault), as well as restore or export email into PST files, which can be immediately used in Outlook.
A search result set can now be exported as a summary into a CSV file. This could be useful for high-level monitoring and analysis.
The POP3, IMAP and MS-Exchange mail sources support a delete mail after ‘x’ days option now. Some partners and users have asked for this and here it is.
The Google Apps mail source has been renamed to G Suite, keeping up with Google brand changes; but more interestingly this release introduces a new G Suite Turbo variant which can download email from G Suite much faster. This is obviously useful for situations where you are migrating large quantities of older email from all the mail boxes into MailVault. Good bandwidth will be helpful, of course.
In general, the email archiving speed has gone up in this release; the Unix mbox mail source has been enhanced to work better and multiple other minor fixes and enhancements have been done.
You can manually upgrade your MailVault installation by going to:
Settings > Core > Auto updates and click on Check for updates
Then simply follow the on-screen instructions.