EMAIL CONTINUITY SERVICE
High availability of email traffic – the Email Continuity Service effectively protects your email system from outages.
Email data exchange has developed into a business-relevant communication platform whose smooth functioning is indispensable to companies. Power outages, hard disk crashes or other damage—there are many factors that can cause email traffic to fail. It is important to have alternative solutions that can be used in an emergency, so no emails are lost and messages can continue to be sent and received.
Email data exchange has developed into a business-relevant communication platform whose smooth functioning has become indispensable for companies. Power outages, hard disk crashes or other damage – there are many factors that can cause email traffic to fail. It is important that there are alternative solutions that can be used in an emergency, so that no emails are lost and messages can continue to be sent and received.
Why do companies need an email continuity service?
Protection against failure of email servers
In the corporate environment, email is regarded as a relevant and official means of communication. Contracts, important information and contact details are exchanged by email. The failure of servers over several minutes, hours or even days can mean high losses for a company.
If the automated monitoring detects that the customer’s mail server has failed, the Email Continuity Service is activated immediately. Emails are delivered without interruption by an alternative means (POP3/IMAP mailbox or webmail access). Access to secured emails is thus maintained even during a direct Outlook failure.
Guaranteed server availability of 99.9 percent
The failure of a mail server often leads to numerous operational interruptions. Missed deadlines, late customer orders or unanswered support requests not only lead to financial losses, but can also damage a company’s image.
Hornetsecurity guarantees 99.9 percent availability for customers of its Email Continuity Service. When the probability of a customer server failure is correlated with the guaranteed availability of Hornetsecurity, an interruption of mail traffic is virtually impossible.
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Email Continuity Service features at a glance – Keep your email traffic going
Display of emails that have already been delivered
To prevent duplicate email delivery and maintain clarity, the control panel allows users and administrators to see which emails have already been delivered after customer mail server recovery.
Continuous access to emails with Webmailer
In the event of a failure of the company’s own email system, Hornetsecurity makes the undeliverable emails available via a webmail frontend, which allows continued processing and sending of emails.
Automatic email data synchronization
After restoring the customer mail server, the Email Continuity Service automatically compares the existing mail data with that of the mail server and adds the missing emails as necessary.
All emails are available via an alternative mailbox even if the internal email infrastructure fails. Access to the POP3 mailbox is via email client.
Extensive search function
Simple, precise and fast searches enable you to find specific emails and data quickly, as a full text search and according to specific criteria (date, sender, recipient, subject, attachments, etc.).
Selectable service provisioning
The Email Continuity Service is also available for individual email addresses.
Backup of mail traffic
If emails are accidentally deleted or lost due to a failure of the company’s mail server, a backup of the mail traffic over 90 days is automatically available within a few seconds. When the customer’s servers are functional again, the missing emails can be delivered from the Email Continuity Service mailbox and the previous status is restored without loss.
Integration of the Email Continuity Service into the email management system
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