Knowledge Base

Situation-dependent email parking and automatic re-sending

Sign your emails using iQ.Suite KeyManager. No certificate is available for the first time a user would like to send a signed email. Learn more >>

iQ.Suite MMC Console in 64-Bit operating system

Administrators are able to compile the desired administrative tools in a .MSC file using the Microsoft Management Console (MMC). Learn more >>

Integrating command-line tools into iQ.Suite Convert

iQ.Suite Convert is a module with multiple functions. Next to attachment compression, the conversion of file attachment into PDF and TNEF to MIME conversion. Learn more >>

Deployment of a second virus scanner

If the primary virus scanner malfunctions, for example due to an updating error, a second scanner can be activated and continue to ensure that emails are checked for viruses. Learn more >>

Attachment compression and password protection

iQ.Suite 10 for Microsoft Exchange/SMTP provides the new module iQ.Suite Convert. This module also allows the automatic compression and password protection of file attachments. Learn more >>

Importing new configuration elements after an iQ.Suite update

You've got the latest version of iQ.Suite. Now you want to integrate the latest configuration documents (e.g. new fingerprints) into your existing infrastructure. Learn more >>

Detecting and modifying text patterns in email texts

Using "regular expressions", you can not only detect text and character patterns in Email texts but also change them if required. This allows you to "anonymise" credit card numbers for example. Learn more >>

Adjusting notification options for restricted emails

When iQ.Suite recognizes multiple restrictions in one email, it is able to send one notification per restriction, a so-called Collective Notification that contains all notifications for one email. Learn more >>

Running commands at operating system level

It is not only possible to run Notes formulas using iQ.Suite Actionjob (Mail and database jobs), but also to run commands at operating system level. Learn more >>

Using hidden active directory objects

Users and groups can be hidden in the Active Directory using the “Hide from Exchange address lists” option. These objects are hidden by default in the iQ.Suite management console. Learn more >>

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