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How to manage Mail in Windows 10 with Xenmobile


Marc Kuhn

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Hi guys

we have a On-Premise Citrix Xenmobile installed for iOS Devices and Citrix Secure Mail. We would like to have XenMobile also giving Windows 10 Laptop Users an easy way to access the mails from outside the office without having Port 80/443 opened from the Internet. There isn't a Secure Mail App for Windows 10, right?

 

Many thanks for your guidance.

 

Best regards

Marc

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Hello Marc, 

 

What I mentioned above is a Netscaler Gateway only solution. It's very simple, secure, effectively and widely used. It can work with a variety of mail clients, you can use this as a far bigger solution than just for emails, you can provide secure access to intranets sites, access to shared file locations, remote desktops etc...

 

End user from public network can sync with mail servers via email client or any back end server via any choice of client when they are connected to VPN.  They can work offline on the email client if they are not connected to network, they can sync the mails when are back online with VPN gateway. 

 

Please feel free to ask any further questions.

 

Regards,
Gautam. 

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Hi Marc, 

 

You are right, there is no SecureMail app for windows laptop. A good alternative you can consider is to have a Netscaler Gateway configured for VPN, then your laptop can connect to the VPN and then access Exchange server in your corporate network without having to expose port 80 or 443 of your mail server directly to the internet. 

 

In this scenario, you can use email client of your choice wiz... Microsoft outlook and still maintain security. 

 

Regards,
Gautam.

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Hi Gautam

 

many thanks for the fast reply. So for that solution i don't need Xenmobile at all, right? And there isn't a way to work offline either on the Notebook which is required.

 

I thougt that with managing Windows 10 there will be a way to work offline with your mail client.

 

Best regards

Marc

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