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Oct
7
Easy social sign-in for Customer portal
Posted by Sabi D. on 07 October 2017 10:59 AM

We are pleased to announce the availability of easy social login to our Customer Portal using your Google, Facebook or Twitter credentials. Now there is one less password to remember!



Easy login to Customer Portal with Google, Facebook or Twitter credentials

FAQs:
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  1. We do not retain your Google, Facebook, Twitter credentials.
  2. If you enable social login do we DONOT track your social details, profile.
  3. All service provided is governed by our Strict Privacy Policy
  4. If you use social login, you can still login using your initial CustomerPortal credentials
  5. Yes this is applicable to existing users as well as new users
  6. Yes this is optional
  7. You can disconnect Social login if needed in future if you don't like this feature.
  8. Existing users - to start using Social login, Sign-in to Customerportal and then goto Details >> Security Settings >> Linked Accounts and link your existing login with a social login.
  9. If you need any assistance or face an issue just get in touch with us.

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Apr
15
Apple Push Mail now available on our Linux servers
Posted by Bill Williams on 15 April 2017 06:02 PM

Apple Push Notifications for Mail

We are pleased to announce the availability of Apple Push Notifications for Mail on all our Linux servers. 
To enable this on your Mac or iPhone you need to enable 'Push' instead of 'Fetch' as the method of getting emails on your device. This settings can be found in Email Account Settings.

In some cases you may need to remove and then re-add your email account to your OSX or iOS device. If you need any help setting up Push Email please contact us.


Fast Email Searching
(IMAP Full Text Search)

We have enabled Full-Text Search Indexing (powered by Solr) for IMAP mailboxes. Users of iOS devices, Microsoft® Outlook™, SquirrelMail, Horde, Roundcube, and Mozilla™ Thunderbird will notice significantly improved search speed and convenience.



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