Sending a vacation notice and Set up an automatic reply

Sending a vacation notice

A vacation notice informs the sender of an E-Mail that you do not have access to your E-Mails for a specific period of time. You can set the following:

  • the subject and text of the vacation notice
  • the time frame when the vacation notice is to be sent

How to create and activate a vacation notice:

  1. Click the System menu icon webmail_icon_menuebars on the right side of the menu bar. Click the Settings menu item.
  2. Select the entry E-Mail in the sidebar. Click on Vacation Notice.
  3. Enter a subject and a text for the vacation notice.
  4. Specify an interval for sending a vacation notice if there are several E-Mails from the same sender.
  5. Specify a time frame when the vacation notice is to be sent. Note: Depending on your installation, this option might not be available due to some reasons. In this case, contact your administrator or host.
  6. Activate the sending of the vacation notice by enabling at least one checkbox below Enabled for the following addresses. To deactivate the vacation notice, disable all checkboxes.

Tip: The vacation notice is entered as E-Mail filter. You can also edit the vacation notice in the E-Mail filter settings.

Use E-Mail filters In Webmail

5.5.19. Using E-Mail filters

E-Mail filters help you organize incoming E-Mail messages. An E-Mail filter consists of one or several rules. By setting rules you can e.g. trigger the following actions:

  • The E-Mail is moved to a specific E-Mail folder.
  • The E-Mail is forwarded to another E-Mail address.
  • The E-Mail is marked as read.

In order to use E-Mail filters, proceed as follows:

  • Create E-Mail folders.
  • Create one or several rules.
  • Specify an order for the rules.
  • Set if subsequent rules are to be processed when a rule matches.

A rule contains:

  • a name,
  • one or several conditions,
  • one or several actions. You can specify whether one or all conditions are to be met in order to process the actions.

The following options exist:

Some E-Mail functions automatically set up filters, e.g. the vacation notice.

How to create a new rule:

  1. Click the System menu icon webmail_icon_menuebars on the right side of the menu bar. Click the Settings menu item.
  2. Select the entry E-Mail in the sidebar.Click on Filter rules.
  3. In the display area, click on Add new rule. The Create new rule window opens.
  4. Enter a name for the rule.
  5. In order to add a condition click on Add condition. Make a selection from the drop-down menu. Please note the following:
    • In order to use an E-Mail part that is not contained in the list, select Header. Enter a header entry in the Name input field. You can display an E-Mail’s header by Viewing the source data.
    • In order to consider the BCC part, select Envelope – To. Envelope includes the E-Mail recipients entered in the ToCC or BCC field.
    • In order to use a part of the E-Mail content in the condition, select Content.
    • In order to use the date of receipt in the condition, select Current Date.Select a criterion from the drop-down next to the E-Mail part. Enter an argument in the input field.Examples can be found in the Questions about E-Mails.You can add further conditions. You can then specify whether one or all conditions are to be met in order to process the actions. To do so, click on Apply rule if all conditions are met.To delete a condition, click the Delete icon webmail_user_icon_trash next to the condition.
  6. Specify the action to be executed if the rule is met. To do so, click on Add action. Select an action from the menu. Depending on the action, further details might be required.You can add further actions.
  7. You can set whether subsequent rules are to be processed if the rule is met. To do so, enable or disable Process subsequent rules.
  8. Click on Save.

How to create a new rule when moving an E-Mail

  1. Select an E-Mail.
  2. Click the Actions icon webmail_user_icon_actions in the toolbar. Select Move from the menu.You can also use the Actions icon webmail_user_icon_actions in the detail view.Select a folder in the Move window. Click on the Move button.
  3. Enable Create filter rule. A note with details about the filter is displayed.Click on the Move button. The Create new rule window opens.
  4. Enter a rule name. You can adjust the conditions or actions. Click on Save.The E-Mail will be moved. The new rule will be created.

How to change existing rules:

  1. Click the System menu icon webmail_icon_menuebars on the right side of the menu bar. Click the Settings menu item.
  2. Select the entry E-Mail in the sidebar.Click on Filter rules.
  3. To edit a rule’s settings, click on Edit next to the rule. Change the settings in the Edit rule window.
  4. To disable a rule, click on Disable next to the rule.To enable a rule, click on Enable next to the rule.
  5. To change the order, hover the mouse pointer over the Move icon next to a rule. Drag the rule up or down and drop it appropriately.Note: This function is only available if there are at least two rules.
  6. To delete a rule, click the Delete icon webmail_user_icon_trash next to the rule.

SSL Certificate

Introduction to the types of SSL certificates that are provided by us:

1) Positive SSL

-Provides HTTPS secured link for a naked domain and it’s subdomain with “www.” (Example: and
-$10,000 warranty provided by comodo.

2) Comodo SSL
-Provides HTTPS secured link for a naked domain and it’s subdomain with “www.” (Example: and
– A Comodo SSL Certificate is the quickest and most cost effective way for an online business to protect customer transactions.
-$250,000 warranty provided by comodo.

3) Positive SSL Wildcard
-Provides HTTPS secured link for a naked domain and all of its subdomain. (Example:,,, etc.)
-A Wildcard SSL Certificate saves you money and time by securing your domain and unlimited sub-domains on a single certificate. Wildcard certificates work the same way as a regular SSL Certificate, allowing you to secure the connection between your website and your customer’s Internet browser – with one major advantage. A single Wildcard SSL Certificate covers any and all of the sub-domains of your main domain.
-$10,000 warranty provided by comodo.

– Provides HTTPS secured link for a naked domain and it’s subdomain with “www.” (Example: and
– An EV SSL certificate offers the highest available levels of trust and authentication to your website.
– The green address bar prominently displays your company name and provides highly visual assurance to customers that your site is secure – immediately giving them the confidence to complete their transaction.
– $1,750,000 warranty provided by comodo.

Transfer Domain

In order to transfer the domain to your account , please follow the steps below :

–> Log in to your Control Panel
–> Click on Products
–> Click on Domain Registration
–> Click on Transfer
–> Enter the domain name and the Auth code
–> Click on Transfer

The Transfer Auth Code/EPP Code can be obtained from the current domain service provider.

Before initiating a domain transfer, please ensure that the following checks are done :

1. The domain is not within first 60 days of registration or transfer
2. It does not have a transfer lock applied (also known as Theft Protection)
3. Privacy protection is disabled.
4. Domain name is not in the Redemption Grace Period or in the Pending Delete status

Once the transfer process has been initiated, the Registrant contact of the domain and the Losing Registrar will have to approve it.

The transfer process will be completed within 5-7 days.

Receive notifications on your iOS device for high-priority emails only

Notifications are only useful if you have time to read them—and if you’re being notified hundreds of times a day, chances are, you don’t. That’s why we’re introducing a feature that alerts you only when important emails land in your Gmail inbox, so you know when your attention is really required.


These notifications leverage Gmail’s machine learning and artificial intelligence capabilities to identify messages you may want to read first. To enable the feature, select “High priority only” from the Notifications drop-down in the settings menu of your Gmail iOS app.

Available on iOS now and Android soon, we hope this feature makes your Gmail notifications relevant—not just noise.

Launch Details
Release track:
Launching to both Rapid Release and Scheduled Release

Available to all G Suite editions

Rollout pace:
Full rollout (1–3 days for feature visibility)

All end users

Change management suggested/FYI


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Everything you need to know about VPNFilter Malware


VPNFilter Malware:

It has been just reported that a dangerous malware called VPNFilter is targeting increasing number of makes and models of devices, with its additional capabilities like secretly injecting malicious content over web traffic through an infected router. This capability, called SSLER lets VPNFilter stage a kind of man in the middle attack, with an aim to spy on victims to steal sensitive data. Using this capability, SSLer allows the actor in delivering exploits to endpoints.

It has been found out that this malware is continuously targeting more makes and models of devices. With its additional and increased capabilities, exploits can now be delivered to end points and reboots can be overridden.


VPN Filter is a sophisticated malware which uses known vulnerabilities to infect routers made by Linksys, MikroTik, Netgear, QNAP and TP-Link. Once installed, the malware uses a central infrastructure to install specialized plug-ins on the router. One plug-in allows hackers to listen to their victims’ Internet traffic to steal their Web identifiers; another one targets a protocol used in industrial control networks, such as in the power grid. A third plug-in allows attackers to paralyze any or all infected hardware. Together, all of the infected units in dozens of countries make up a 500,000-router strong botnet.

Read about infected devices & solutions for VPNFilter attack here.


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