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Message Security for Google Apps launches Message Log Search


Message Security for Google Apps, powered by Postini, now provides Message Log Search. This provides administrators with visibility into how messages are processed, filtered and delivered, and insight in the traffic patterns for the domain.

Use Message Log Search to:
- Run searches on message log data using a variety of criteria and queries.
- View search results and details about groups or individual messages.
- Track what happened to an inbound or outbound message -- whether it was delivered, quarantined, archived, encrypted, or other disposition -- and see if the message triggered a specific filter.
- Track all messages for a specific sender, recipient, domain, or IP address.
Editions included:
Premier and qualifying Education Editions

Languages included:
English Only

How to access what's new:
- Log in to the Message Security Administration Console, and click the Log Search tab.
- From the Log Search page, you can run queries and view results.

For more information:
Message Security for Google Apps Administration Guide

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Posted: 05 Feb 2010 01:43 AM PST

New mobile device management capabilities have been released that allow administrators to:

- Remotely wipe all data from lost or stolen mobile devices.
- Lock idle devices after a period of inactivity.
- Require a device password on each phone.
- Set minimum lengths for more secure passwords.
- Require passwords to include letters, numbers and punctuation.

Editions included:
Premier and Education Editions

Languages included:
US English Only

How to access what's new:
- In the Google Apps Administrator Control Panel, go to 'Service Settings', then 'Mobile' to access the new options.
- Once your users start synching their devices with Google Apps, you can view, manage, or delete the device data remotely (remote wipe) from the user account page in the Control Panel.

For more information:
http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2010/02/google-apps-adds-enterprise-admin_03.html
http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=138651

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