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Automatic Migration In Axigen X3 Update 2: Keeping The Existing IMAP Subscribed Folders

Jul 29, 2020  •  1 min. read

Axigen’s Automatic Migration feature enables you to migrate emails while keeping your old configuration intact. Here’s how it works.

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Advanced WebMail Skinning in Axigen X3 Update 2: Re-implementing Webmail Styling Using SCSS

Jul 22, 2020  •  4 min. read

We’ve changed our webmail styling implementation to make the process easier. Here’s what you need to know about webmail skinning in Axigen X3 Update 2.

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How to Search Email — The New Email Search in Axigen X3 Update 2

Jul 16, 2020  •  3 min. read

Email has transformed from an asynchronous form of communication to an “always-on” utility. And as the number of emails continuously increases, it becomes more and more difficult to keep track of them. This is why knowing how to search emails is essential for productivity at the office.

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How To Use Generic Email Addresses In Axigen To Improve Responsiveness And Productivity

Jul 09, 2020  •  4 min. read

Generic email addresses are email accounts that can be used by multiple users for specific departments, teams, projects, and so forth. The main benefit of generic email addresses is that they allow you to reroute email traffic to the intended inboxes without using up mailbox licenses (meaning without the need to create a standalone email account).

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How to Install a Demilitarized Zone for Your Servers

Jun 26, 2020  •  4 min. read

Along with the ever-increasing number of cyber-attacks, organizations need to take measures to protect their assets. One of the tools they use are DMZs or Demilitarized Zone Networks.

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Cloud Native Applications: Creating a Mail Server Environment with Kubernetes on Google Cloud

Jun 25, 2020  •  5 min. read

In the first part of this series, we created a containerized version of our Axigen package. What we now have is a re-packaging of the app that allows deployment in the cloud. Next, we want to actually run an instance of this application in the cloud.

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