Control Panel Version 6.30.1.0

Enhancements

  • In the “Deny & Allow Lists” module, it is now possible to enter subdomains in order to bypass the URL Rewriting filter.
  • As a security measure against possible user errors, the user must now enter the name of the customer or partner to be deleted in a confirmation window in the “Service Dasboard” module.

Improvements

  • In the “Email Live Tracking” module, an error message for an action being performed by a user without the required permissions has been revised.

Control Panel Version 6.30.0.0

Enhancements

  • In the “LDAP Connection” tab of the “Service Dashboard” module, customers can now add multiple LDAP connections for different directory services to the Control Panel.
  • In the “Advanced Threat Protection” module, administrators can now enter different recipients for Real-Time Alert and Ex Post Alert.
  • In the “Authentication Policies and IPs” module, it is possible to enforce multi-factor authentication for a customer’s administrators.
  • In the “Mailboxes” module, administrators can now filter by Control Panel administration mailboxes.
  • In the “Email Encryption” module, administrators can search the IDs, criteria and descriptions of encryption rules for search terms.
  • In the “Deny & Allow Lists” module, administrators can now enter a user of a domain as the owner for allow list entries at the level of the domain. This allows administrators to create allow list entries for users that bypass filters other than spam filtering.
  • For customers whose Control Panel is not customized, a page with information about the current status of our services is now linked at the top of the Control Panel.
  • Customers without 365 Total Protection or an LDAP connection can now activate the Signature and Disclaimer service themselves in the Control Panel instead of contacting Support.

Improvements

  • If an existing customer with an active LDAP connection upgrades to 365 Total Protection, the LDAP connection is disabled and all existing LDAP mailboxes are converted to regular mailboxes, as 365 Total Protection and the LDAP connection are mutually exclusive.
  • Email templates for the initial setup by new customers have been revised.
  • For new customers, the “Control Panel” option is selected by default instead of “SMTP” for the user check in the “Spam and Malware Protection” module.
  • In the “Mailboxes” module, an error in the filter for mailbox types has been fixed.
  • In the “Domains” module, the process for deleting alias domains has been revised. Once an alias domain is deleted, all email addresses of the domain are deleted. For mailboxes whose primary address was an email address of the deleted domain and that also had an alias address of another domain, the alias address becomes the new primary address.
  • The settings in the “LDAP Connection” tab of the “Service Dashboard” module are disabled for 365 Total Protection customers because 365 Total Protection and an LDAP connection are mutually exclusive.
  • In the “Auditing 2.0” module, entries about a customer moving to another partner are now visible to the customer as well as to the previous and current partner.
  • In the “Deny & Allow Lists” module, a link to the manual has been corrected.
  • In the “Deny & Allow Lists” module, users can add their own email address to their deny or allow list.
  • In the “Email Live Tracking” module, success and error messages have been revised.
  • Error messages while logging in to the Control Panel have been revised.

Control Panel Version 6.29.0.4

Improvements

  • An error while logging in to the Control Panel has been fixed.
  • In the “Domains” module, a text error in the confirmation window for deleting a domain has been fixed.
  • In the „Mailboxes“ module, an error while filtering mailboxes by the primary environment has been fixed.
  • The process for downgrading to a different version of 365 Total Protection or for offboarding from 365 Total Total Protection has been improved.

Control Panel Version 6.29.0.0

Improvements

  • With dictionaries, it is now even easier to create filter rules in the “Compliance Filter” module. Dictionaries are lists of search terms (regular or literal expressions) that can be referred in filtering rules. While creating filter rules with the “Advanced” criterion, customer-level administrators can add an unlimited number of options to a form field by simply linking a dictionary, instead of having to enter each option manually in the field. Customer-level administrators can create, edit and delete dictionaries in the new “Dictionaries” tab. For more clarity, the “Compliance Filter” module automatically deletes empty entries and duplicates within dictionaries.
  • In the “Deny & Allow Lists” module, client-level administrators now have more options when creating allow list records. They can create alow list records for mail addresses, domains and IP addresses and ranges, and can indicate in the allow list records the specific filters that are invalidated for the specified items. In addition, administrators at the client level can exclude URLs from certain domains from being processed by the URL Rewriting engine. For easier operation, whitelist entries can be exported and imported as a CSV file.
  • In the “Audit Log 2.0” module, it is now possible to export audit log entries.
  • Entries in the S/MIME Users tab of the Email Encryption module can now be sorted by email address, first name, and last name.
  • For additional security, users are now notified by email when their password has been changed, a delegate has been added for their account, or if there have been multiple failed login attempts for their account.
  • In the “Mailboxes” module, it is now possible to delete multiple mailboxes at the same time.

Enhancements

  • In the “Compliance Filter” module, it is now possible to evaluate longer regular expressions.
  • In the “Compliance Filter” module, the logic for applying filter rules to emails with multiple recipients has been improved. If a filter rule only matches some of the recipients of an email, the action will only affect the delivery of that email to those recipients. This allows different actions to be performed for different recipients of the same email.
  • In the “Audit Trail 2.0” module, duplicate records are no longer generated after trying to add an email address to the allow list from the “Email Live Tracking” module when this email address is already on the allow list.
  • From now on, in the “Spam and Malware Protection” module, the addresses entered for the “IP addresses of relay servers for outgoing emails” option are not deleted when this option is disabled.
  • In the “Mailboxes” module, importing large numbers of mailboxes from a CSV file is now faster.
  • An error when importing Hornet.email accounts from a CSV file in the “Mailboxes” module has been fixed.
  • An error when exporting in CSV format in the “Deny & Allow Lists” module has been fixed.
  • A bug in the display of tooltip texts in the “Email Authentication” module has been fixed.
  • A bug in the settings related to SPF check in the “Email Authentication” module has been fixed.
  • In the “Email Live Tracking” module, the “ATP Scan” email action is grayed out if Advanced Threat Protection is not enabled for the customer or the email does not contain attachments.
  • A display error in the app switcher has been fixed.
  • A display error in the “LDAP Connection” tab of the “Service Dashboard” module has been fixed.
  • Entries in the “Deny & Allow Lists” module are no longer case sensitive.
  • In the “Spam and Malware Protection” module, a bug when enabling the “Save” button has been fixed.
  • In the “Email Live Tracking” module, a display error at low network speed was fixed.
  • Users who have been assigned a deleted mailbox in the “Mailbox reassignment” tab of the “Mailboxes” module can now access the emails from the deleted mailbox in the “Email Live Tracking” module.
  • When migrating to 365 Total Protection, the current settings are cached in case the administrator returns to the previous view.