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Prior to stationery being associated with a policy and applied to emails it is recommended each new version of stationery is tested. Ideally also the stationery should be viewed on different devices (e.g. computer, tablet and phone) to ensure that is viewable and the information does not get lost or corrupted.   The Mimecast solution has a simple…
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Your stationery layouts can include specific user information obtained from your Active Directory. Provided Mimecast has access to your Active Directory, you can use attributes to your stationery layouts, that are populated with the relevant user information. This requires you to: Query the Active Directory using the Directory Browser to return…
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Specificity relates to the order in which Mimecast applies policies to emails. The more specific a Policy is, the higher the priority. For example, a policy specifying a single individual email address is very specific and will be applied first, in contrast to a Policy applied to Everyone which is the least specific of all, and will therefore be…
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This article explains the basic differences between Archive Search and Message Tracking.   Archive Search  Archive Search retrieves results following a query of the metadata held in the index. This data is not held in database tables. For example:     Even though the message was sent to four addresses, the information stored in the index is…
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  The Mimecast Archive provides Administrators with access to the messages and files stored within the Mimecast architecture. From tracking message delivery to managing eDiscovery and retention, this module provides Administrators with various tools to investigate email delivery and apply retention settings to emails and files.   Administrators…
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For anyone just starting out with Mimecast, or even those who haven't used it in a while, configuring Mimecast to work the way you want for your organization can be a very daunting task. Mimecast gives you many options on how mail for your organization is accepted, denied, or even the way it looks. With all these options available to you it's hard… (Show more)
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"I walk away, walk away, I will follow..."   Excuse the lyric to one of my favorite U2 songs....But the message of following is the theme of this week's Tip/Trick!   You may have noticed a "Follow" button in certain areas of the site. Here, we'll show you what that means, what you can follow, and how you can do it, to always be up-to-date on… (Show more)
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The Mimecast for Outlook Configuration Tool allows administrators to modify specific Mimecast for Outlook settings prior to deployment to end users. From Mimecast for Outlook v7.3 the configuration tool can only be used for configuring SQL settings. For Mimecast for Outlook v7.2 and before, it provides an interface for administrators to create…
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