With the latest Salesforce winter release, it has now become possible to use Retarus E-Mail for Applications to send emails directly out of the software.
A particularly nasty piece of malware is currently doing the rounds – “Emotet”, as the malware has become known, has succeeded in paralyzing entire company networks. Retarus’ ESVE feature allows your email users to see at a glance whether an email has actually been received via an external relay.
In mid-November we were granted another patent, this time by the European Patent Office (EPO).
Retarus E-Mail for Applications is now additionally able to provide senders with the status of transmitted messages via push notification (WebHook) when an SMTP adapter is employed.
Less spam in the inbox saves you time – and money as a consequence. Now we even show you roughly how much you are saving.
The German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) has issued an alert on a new wave of Gandcrab ransomware attacks.
Increasing demand for digital fax solutions for MFPs as a result of “Faxploit” and “All IP”
CERT-Bund, the Computer Emergency Response Team for German federal authorities and agencies, has put out an alert, warning users of two security vulnerabilities in an assortment of Lexmark’s multi-functional printer devices.
The website “Singapore Business Review” has published a commentary by Oliver Prevrhal, General Manager, Retarus Asia, about e-mail as a double-edged sword.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) recently granted us our first US patent – and of course we’re mighty proud of the achievement!