After a limited public beta, Atmail 6.6 features the public launch of the new Atmail Sync for Outlook Add-in for use with Outlook 2007 & 2010. This custom developed Outlook Add-in enables you to sync contacts and calendar data between Microsoft Outlook and Atmail Server making it easy to access these details from any internet connected web browser or synced device.
Atmail Sync adds the ability to have your important address book contacts and calendar events back-up to your Atmail sever and makes it easy to sync between Outlook and multiple devices (like your smart phone or tablet) as the new Outlook sync utility uses the open-standard CalDAV (calendaring) and CardDAV (contacts) protocols.
- Download Atmail 6.6 from the Client Portal
- Then update your email server to Atmail 6.6 – see instructions on how to update your mail server
- Next follow the step-by-step instructions to install the Outlook Add-in
CentOS 6 RPM Distribution
Atmail 6.6 heralds a additional path to install Atmail on your server. Starting with CentOS 6 as a preferred distro, Atmail 6.6 can be added simply by running
yum -nogpgcheck install atmail6.rpm at the bash prompt. See the full install instructions and where to download.
RPM’s make it very ease for Linux users to try out all Atmail has to offer quickly by making installation super simple. Try Atmail on your server now.
Email server Administrators will like the new powerful features added to the WebAdmin section of Atmail 6.6. Admins no-longer need to be on the terminal as some common administration tasks, such as changing network settings, rebooting the server and updating Atmail versions are built into the online GUI.
The Atmail online demo and downloadable evaluations have been updated to 6.6 for you to try. If you are an existing customer with an active licence you can download the Atmail 6.6 update from the Client Portal.
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