SM 15.x security?
Question asked by Billy Huddleston - July 7, 2016 at 7:31 PM
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Just upgraded from 13.x to 15.x over the 4th.  I just had 2 of my clients email accounts get hacked and spammers send spam from them.  Using the new password reset system. I generated temporary passwords for both accounts. (Different domains)  and promptly nuked all mail in the queue from the users.  I was just alerted to more spamming from the SAME accounts.  My clients haven't even logged in to change the passwords yet.. So how the heck did they log back in?

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Michael Breines Replied
Would love to hear what happened here and how it gets resolved.
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Billy Huddleston Replied
I'm wondering if the original password stays in effect regardless of the temp password. ??
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Matt Petty Replied
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Yes a temporary password sits alongside the main password.
Matt Petty
Software Developer
SmarterTools Inc.
(877) 357-6278
www.smartertools.com
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Matt Petty Replied
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The temporary password acts as a secondary means of logging in. You should set the main password to something secure and alert the customer of the new password.
Matt Petty
Software Developer
SmarterTools Inc.
(877) 357-6278
www.smartertools.com
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Kelly Anderson Replied
- EAS support mailboxes to 50 GB
- EXPERT ADVISORS AS THEY ARE COMMONLY REFERRED TO support for Outlook 2010
- Global Address List have all addresses including E-mail lists
- Allow email archiving on an user basis rather than website basis
- Proactively combine MAPI over HTTP so we have full support for Outlook 2016 clients
- Support for Get in touch with Groups in Outlook (ofcourse not the webmail - that is for private users)
- Ability to limit number of connections for an user
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Billy Huddleston Replied
@Kelly, Uhh.. WHAT??

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