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Tag: Microsoft Exchange

Email encryption meets GDPR: No problem with iQ.Suite PDFCrypt

iQ.Suite PDFCrypt enables secure transmission of emails in the form of PDF-files, protected by a password. Learn more >>

Checking attachments in PDFs with iQ.Suite

Sending files via email is an everyday process for all companies and private users. Learn more >>

Meltdown and Spectre Kernel Vulnerabilities

A security issue affecting Intel, AMD and ARM processors has been announced. In this Knowledge Base article, we would like to provide information and guidance on how to protect servers running GBS iQ.Suite. Learn more >>

Distributing your iQ.Suite licence automatically in a multi-server environment

For some time now, there has been the option to synchronise iQ.Suite configurations in a multi-server environment using the master-slave process. Learn more >>

Display email signatures in outgoing emails

Following legal regulations and a professional outward appearance are two important factors in business email communication. Learn more >>

iQ.Suite Program Call – Parameters with Spaces

GnuPG Crypt Job – Error message with encrypted emails: "encryption error - bad signature detected" Learn more >>

Updating the Kaspersky KAV license in iQ.Suite

Kaspersky Scan Engine no longer initializes. Log notification: KAV_E_LICENSE_EXPIRED_OR_MISSING: No valid license found or license expired Learn more >>

Protection from Dridex malware with iQ.Suite

A new wave of Trojan attacks is underway: Dridex malware exploits a loophole in Microsoft Rich Text Format (RTF). Learn more >>

Monitor emails with iQ.Suite

Emails are usually created, edited and sent all within a few seconds, making monitoring and problem analysis difficult. Keeping a cool head and not losing perspective is key! Learn more >>

iQ.Suite PDFCrypt: Password transmission

iQ.Suite PDFCrypt lets the sender transmit emails with confidential contents securely. The recipient only needs a PDF-Reader and the password, which is sent separately. Learn more >>