CodeTwo Backup for Office 365 1.1.0 released

CodeTwo Backup for Office 365We have just released the first official update to our youngest product, CodeTwo Backup for Office 365. The program had its premiere just a few weeks ago. It is the first full-blown solution on the market allowing Office 365 administrators to create, keep and restore local backup copies of Exchange Online mailboxes.

The newest release introduces an important security feature enabling password-protection of local storages in which Exchange Online backups are kept. It is also now possible to set password authentication for server connections used by the application.

For a full list of changes, please go to the version history page. The update is free of charge for all current license holders.

NOTE: Storages and server connections created in the program prior to the update will not feature the password protection function. This function is available only in storages and server connections created after performing the update to CodeTwo Backup for Office 365 1.1.0.

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  1. This is not a post related to Backup for Office 365.
    However, this is the only location I could see to post this suggestion.
    Specifically, I’m looking at your Exchange Folder Sync product. Have you considered adding the ability to synch to Office365 folders. I suspect that the current version is using MAPI or CDO for connectivity right? If it’s using EWS, it should not be to difficult to add this functionality. Is this a realistic idea? I’ve looked at other products out there, i.e. Add-on Exchange Central and Add2Exchange Enterprise Sync. They all have shortcomings. I like the approach you’ve taken with Exchange Folder Sync, as it easily solves the shared calendar issue with mobile devices like IOS and Android because of the limitations of EAS with shared calendars. With this feature, your product would allow Office365/Hybrid users to have the same functionality as on premise Exchange 2013.
    Thanks.

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