One2One Upgrades Webmail Software for Hosting Customers

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This week One2One upgraded its webmail software for hosted cloud mail customers. This is a major update, so there were a large number of bug fixes, plus a bunch of new features and updates.

  • Here are highlights of the main new features:
    • A temporary address can now be generated by users with a short life span that operates as an alias to their account. This is to allow sign ups to external services without giving out the account’s real email address.
    • Message Sniffer is now available as an antispam add-on.
    • Multiple calendars can now be added to a single account.
    • Option to mark a domain as external and have messages to that domain sent either to the domain’s MX record or to a specified host address.
    • System administrators can now add customized HTML and change the login header text through settings on the General Settings page. They may also allow domain administrators to override these customizations.
    • Deleting email folders in either an email client or webmail will now have their associated folder on disk removed as well. Orphaned folders from earlier releases of SmarterMail will be cleaned up automatically.
    • A user can now set which calendar is the default to use when creating new appointments.
    • Calendar events can now be moved between personal calendars.
    • User availability now includes all calendars in the users account.
    • An instance of a recurring calendar event can now be deleted from the context menu.
    • An option for external domains on whether messages should deliver locally or remotely if the user account exists locally.
    • An option to toggle between overlaying multiple selected calendars, contacts, tasks or notes collections in a combined view versus displaying one at a time.
    • CalDAV now supports syncing multiple calendars.
    • Contacts, Tasks and Notes now allow multiple collections to be viewed at the same time.
    • Domain conference rooms can now be selected to view on the calendar page.
    • Dropbox is now available as a connected service allowing links to Dropbox files in email messages.
    • Editing a recurring event now displays the series instance’s start and end dates.
    • Exchange Web Services now supports syncing multiple calendars.
    • Grids now support multi-selection on Apple Mac browsers by holding down the command key.
    • IMAP authentication now supports Cram-MD5.
    • Microsoft OneDrive is now available as a connected service allowing links to OneDrive files in email messages.
    • Migrating Google calendars now migrates all calendars from a Google account.
    • Multiple calendars can now be synced using Exchange ActiveSync.
    • Multiple calendars can now be viewed together in a combined view, which color codes events from the different calendars.
    • SMTP Accounts has been added to the Features tab in domain settings, allowing them to be enabled or disabled per domain.
    • System administrators can now customize the messages sent for certain automated emails.
    • Tasks can now be imported from Gmail.
    • The My Today Page now displays appointments for all calendars in a user’s account.
    • The reminders popup now displays items for all calendars in a user’s account.
    • Unsubscribe links for mailing lists can now be given friendly text instead of just displaying the unsubscribe URLTasks can now be imported from Gmail.
      Added: The My Today Page now displays appointments for all calendars in a user’s account.
    • The reminders popup now displays items for all calendars in a user’s account.
    • Unsubscribe links for mailing lists can now be given friendly text instead of just displaying the unsubscribe URL