In preparation for Salesforce.com AppExchange Security Review, Match My Email releases improvements in role and user management.
Tarrytown, New York, March 8, 2011. Match My Email upgraded its cloud service over the weekend to Release 1.1.0. Match My Email implemented a new role and user management architecture in preparation for the Security Review required by Salesforce.com (No Software) of all applicants to its AppExchange.
Previously, Match My Email provided three levels of user management: Global, Domain and User. Now, it offers five user roles: End-User, Domain Admin, Owner, Global Administrator, and System Administrator. Most importantly, the Global and System roles, which pertain to the Match My Email staff, cannot see any user or customer email content or security information like passwords, security tokens, subject line, content of the email body or attachment data, just metadata related to usernames, entitlements, usage and login or credential failures.
|Global Administrator (Match My Email)
|System Administrator (Match My Email
The enhancements were made in order to comply with Salesforce.com the security guidelines and support Match My Email’s application to AppExchange. Version 1.1.0 was completed in 7 weeks. It also includes improvements related to the user interface, a self-service 30-day trial wizard, and beta versions of some the Chatter RSS integration features planned for the next two or three releases.
Match My Email is a true “No Software” email integration application available for Salesforce.com. It replaces the current Outlook plug-in for email logging and provides Entourage email synchronization via an Exchange server. Match My Email works with any IMAP email server and SFDC Enterprise and Unlimited versions out-of-the-box; Professional version users need to obtain API enablement from Salesforce.com.
At Cloudforce New York last week, Match My Email demonstrated its email integration application to Salesforce.com Sales Engineers, customers and prospects. Match My Email was very well received. Though many participants were skeptical at the beginning of the demo, by the end, virtually every participant was enthusiastic about the service and recognized its value and utility.