What’s New from Binary Tree for December 2018December 5, 2018
Each month, we publish our “What’s New” blog series to give a snapshot into the exciting developments in our solutions. You can also sign up to receive product release notifications, here.
This month's releases to our software and Software-as-a-Service offerings include enhancements to the Email Rewrite Service and Litigation Hold capabilities of Power365® Tenant-to-Tenant, new discovery and automation options in Power365® Directory Sync, and enhancements to the fidelity, functionality and regional support in Notes Migrator | CMT.
Power365 Tenant-to-Tenant introduces the ability to deploy multiple Email Rewrite Services (part of Power365 Integration Pro) to multiple projects using a single source. This release also makes Litigation Hold even more powerful by including a proxy address, options to increase cutover speed, and options to give added control over handling items. See more details (including the full release notes) in the Power365 Help Center.
Power365 Directory Sync has improved local discovery, and has a new “Discover” tab in the local environment screen for users – all bringing more automation to fit your project’s specific demands. In the options under “Discover,” users can schedule the discover process at specific intervals or even specific times. They can also choose to still run discovery, manually, if preferred. More details can be found in the Power365 Directory Sync Help Center.
Notes Migrator |CMT 5.1 includes enhancements to the product’s fidelity, functionality and regional support. The processing of repeating meetings to Office 365 has been accelerated and the Notes mail field “Categories” can now be migrated to Exchange. In addition, Notes Archive Migrator, which is included in Notes Migrator, has been updated to version 2.5.1 and adds support for archiving French mail templates. Lastly, the product now supports Office 365 region-specific data centers and SQL server instances installed with regional formats. Full details can be found in the Release Notes under the Documentation tab at the bottom of the Notes Migrator | CMT webpage.