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RELEASE NOTE: 8MAN 5.7 IS NOW AVAILABLE

In keeping with the start of the new year, we would like to introduce our new 8MAN version 5.7. This version includes many new features, e.g. 8MAN for Exchange now includes even more modification functions.

 

8MAN TESTIMONIAL

"When we had finished the test run of 8MAN and saw all the 'sins' of the past, it was a real eye-opener." - Meinolf Zimmermann, IT Director of the City of Höxter

 

"We want to simplify the administration of rights and bring responsibility directly to the data owner. This has reduced our workload and increased our speed. Also, the internal review now has the option of directly viewing permissions." - Alexander Schanz, IT Leader Deutsche Flugsicherung

 

“The considerably better reporting of the actual permissions in AD is important for us.” - Stefan Brüggemann, Head of Atotech Worldwide IT Operations

  • 8MAN for Exchange

8MAN for Exchange. Clear view of folders and mailboxes.

A compact, graphical overview shows you all permission levels. 8MAN reads folder permissions, such as public folders, calendars, mailboxes and mailbox folders.

  • all memberships at a glance
  • 8MAN for Exchange reads folder permissions
  • display of "Send As" permissions, forwarding, vacation messages etc.

Compact display of all permissions

HOW DO I GET AN OVERVIEW OF GROUP MEMBERSHIPS?
8MAN for Exchange enables a compact graphical overview of all permission levels. Delegation rules about groups can be temporarily limited.

  • a compact graphical overview of all permission levels
  • group memberships of a user are displayed and can be changed
 

View permissions!!

HOW CAN I GET A BETTER OVERVIEW WITH 8MAN FOR EXCHANGE?
Administrators have an accurate overview of who is allowed to send emails in whose name or whether an e-mail address is no longer listed because of forwarding. Previously, confusing permission situations were the rule, generated by the lack of inheritance structure in public folders and numerous project and subfolders, for which each authorized user could assign access rights. Tricky permissions could only be discovered by inspecting the folders directly.

  • exact overview of who may send emails in whose name
  • help for previously confusing permission situations

 

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