Open Text Corp. has released
FirstClass 7.1, the latest major release of their integrating messaging and communications software. The new version’s client supports Mac OS X natively, and sports other improvements too. (The company is still working on a Mac OS X-native version of FirstClass Server, according to documentation on the Web site.)
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FirstClass 7.1 now features spam management capabilities and rules support, to automate e-mail message handling and conferences. Spam management functions include RBLs, or Realtime Blackhole Lists, to block inbound e-mail sent from IP addresses that are known sources of spam. The SMPT AUTH protocol is now supported, to help manage mail relay. FirstClass 7.1 also adds a full “No Relay” setting to block SMTP relay activity all together.
A new Webmail interface has been incorporated, to simplify access to FirstClass via Web browsers. The new interface can offer a more streamlined interface for neophyte users, and can be configured with an option that makes it look more like the FirstClass Client interface itself.
More details and links to updates are available from the FirstClass Web site.