Barracuda Updates

Release Notes

Protecting from left over MX records pointing directly to your email server

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Often customers will leave their secondary MX record pointing directly to the email server or O365. Attackers use this information to bypass ESS and send spam, virus, malware and other harmful emails. Since ESS was bypassed by the...
New Feature

Understanding why emails were allowed or blocked

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When you are analyzing emails in the Message Log you often want to know why an email was allowed or blocked. Enhancements in the message log now allow you to see the reason why an email was allowed or blocked quickly. If you want to see...
New Feature

New location for buttons for reporting Spam and not spam

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We are working on a process to provide more feedback on why an email was allowed or blocked in our User Interface (UI). As a first step in that direction we have moved the location of buttons used to report Spam and Not Spam. The new...
Usability

Trace email deliverability

by Barracuda Networks
The message log now allows you to trace deliverability of an email. If you see an email that is not delivered for any reason, you can now trace it to see if the sender retried the email later and if it was delivered. When a message is...
New Feature

SIEM/syslog integration available for Essentials Security edition customers

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The syslog/SIEM integration feature is now available, to all customers. This can be configured in the Account Management tab at the top level. With this feature, you can transfer Message Log data onto your own syslog/SIEM server to...
New Feature