Introducing SecurityGateway 6

Like all SecurityGateway releases, the developers at MDaemon Technologies continue to add new customer requested features and enhancements. Here is a quick overview of just some of the features end users and IT administrators will find helpful. A more comprehensive list of all new features and enhancements can be viewed in the SecurityGateway for Email Servers Release Notes.

SecurityGateway 6

Email Archiving

SecurityGateway for Email Servers - Email Archiving

Security Gateway's email archiving features provide a fully indexed and searchable repository of all messages sent and received - for both administrators and end users, with advanced search and options for downloading archived messages or restoring them to the mailbox.

Additional Data Leak Prevention Rules

SecurityGateway for Email Servers - Data Leak Prevention

Over 60 new data leak prevention rules have been added for protection against transmission of a wider variety of sensitive data such as passport numbers, driver's license numbers, bank account numbers, and much more.

64-Bit Version

A 64-bit version of Security Gateway is available (for 64-bit operating systems). The 64-bit version can handle a higher volume of active connections for improved performance.

SecurityGateway 5

Location Screening

SecurityGateway for Email Servers - Location Screening

SecurityGateway's new Location Screening feature allows administrators to block incoming SMTP and remote administration connections from unauthorized countries. Exceptions can be made for connections from whitelisted IP addresses.

Terms of Service Statement

SecurityGateway for Email Servers - Terms of  Service Statement

In order to assist with compliance to laws such as the General Data Protection Regulation in the EU, administrators can now add a Terms of Service statement which must be accepted by users by checking a box each time they login.

Other Improvements

  • LetsEncrypt logging will now include additional details that will make it easier to troubleshoot. The log will include a URL to LetsEncrypt.com that will help explain why challenges fail.