FTGate Update 7.2.000

This update is available via auto-update.

It can also be applied manually if your UPSP is up to date:



Bug Fixes

  • Various improvements and minor bug fixes
  • Added robust fall back of database connection issues
  • Fixed issue where RBL lookups could stop causing connection backlog
  • Fixed potential security issue when authenticating with aliases
  • Changed the password page to prevent browser caching of active directory id
  • Removed duplicate Personal details page from groups
  • Fixed download of contact data in MS Edge
  • Fixed calendar publishing bug
  • Fixed address autocomplete text search in WebMail Compose window

Feature Changes

  • Added logging of UBE filter name used when a filter is triggered
  • Added additional modes to out of office message handling.
    The new modes allow out of office users to suspend receiving all group messages while they are away.
    These option are in user mailbox/Options/Out of office
  • Changed default behaviour when SMTP receive size set to zero
    Previously this rejected all mail, not it uses a default size of 200k
  • Added support for auto “Sent-To” address book.
    This will cause a new dedicated address book to be created to track the email addresses that have been sent to.
    This option is in Domains/Local Domain/Privilege Sets/Selected set/General
  • Added support for personal aliases.
    This allows for simple aliases to be created for user mailboxes by appending +text to the users address. For example the user bob@domain.com can have aliases of bob+marketing@domain.com, bob+sales@domain.com, bob+anythingyouwant@domain.com. These aliases can then be combined with mailbox rules to filter the messages. This permits users to create different accounts in online sites and reduce the potential for any email/password breaches.
  • Added new functionality to the .Net scripting Mailbox class
    See documentation
  • Added support for separate standalone PostgreSql servers
    Support is added by adding a configuration line to the ftgate.conf file with the following form:
    “pgServerOverride”:”host=’hostip’ port=5432 dbname=’databasename’ user=’username’ password=’userpassword'”
    See Documentation

FTGate Update 7.1.010

This update is available via auto-update.

It can also be applied manually if your UPSP is up to date:



  • Fixed error displaying list and group mailboxes

FTGate Update 7.1.009

This update is available via auto-update.

It can also be applied manually if your UPSP is up to date:



  • Fixed Smartpop long download time issue causing timeouts
  • Fixed alias authentication error
  • Fixed duplicate details page in group options
  • Added CSV export to address lists
  • Webmail auto-complete improvements, removed duplicates and added groups to search results
  • Outbound email addresses now added to a new personal addressbook to auto whitelist known addresses.
  • Cleaned up contacts list display
  • Added display of mailbox usage to webmail accounts which have limits applied

FTGate Update 7.1.006

This update is available via auto-update.

It can also be applied manually if your UPSP is up to date: http://download.ftgate.com/files/FTGate7/updates/ftgau71006.fau


  • Webmail image format fix
  • Fix for contact history sql statement and badly formatted addresses
  • Optimized imap search functions to improve performance with mobile
  • Fixed issue with journal and event storage
  • Fix issue with contact tracking sql statement

FTGate Update 7.1.004

This update is available via auto-update.

It can also be applied manually if your UPSP is up to date: http://download.ftgate.com/files/FTGate7/updates/ftgau71004.fau


  • Split archive into 4 daily files for increase capacity
  • Fixed issue with TLS1.2 on some servers

Important Changes to Our Privacy Policy for GDPR

Dear FTGate users

On the 25th May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect. Under this new law, European standards in data protection shall align with current technology standards. This is good news for all of our users who are affected by data processing and these new rules will help to maintain standards in relation to the security of individual personal data.

We have now updated our Privacy Policy in accordance with the new General Data Protection Regulation.
What this means for you:

• Comprehensive protection of your personal data;
• Standardisation of the European data protection; and
• Adoption of data protection in line with technology changes.

Most of our FTGate users have used our software and have known and trusted us for many years. They know that at FTGate Technology, customer privacy is of top priority to us. As a data collector and processor we are committed to meeting the EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and we conform to information security best practices. We also conform to the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998.

How we protect your data

Not only do we maintain full anti-virus and trojan protection, scanning all machines on our network and all email that is both sent and received, but we also take steps to make sure that your credit card and other personal information could not fall into the wrong hands. Our site has comprehensive security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse and unauthorized alteration of the information under our control. More specifically, we use SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption when collecting or transferring sensitive personal information such as credit card information.

Our network is protected by a high specification hardware firewall appliance and our network is segregated such that only authorised users on specifically authorised machines can access your data. At no time do we see your credit card information and these are not stored on our system. All card transactions are subject to military grade encryption and are handled directly by our Merchant Services Provider, for which the security is constantly monitored by Security Metrics. We are fully PCI DSS compliant.
Our security infrastructure is under constant review and testing, plus we always take steps to introduce the latest security improvements that are available.

Mailing Lists and Newsletters

Because we have a strong ethical objection to spam, we will not add your details to general mailing lists and we do not use mailing lists for marketing purposes. Many companies use email to promote themselves, but we don’t do this as we think it’s spamming. We will not cold-call you. We will not send you newsletters. Our mailing lists of customer’s and users email addresses, including yours, have been securely deleted.

Communications with our users are mainly confined to answering any questions you may have, letting you know about FTGate updates and new versions, providing support and letting you know when your FTGate service is about to expire.

To find out about our products and services, you are very welcome to visit our comprehensive FTGate web site and of course you are welcome to email us if you have any questions.

Support Forum

In addition, we have reluctantly closed the old FTGate Support Forum. Although this was rarely used any more, it was nevertheless a useful occasional resource for existing FTGate users who wished to read through the old posts. Unfortunately the Support Forum software did not comply with GDPR standards, so we have had to discontinue it. In future, you can reach our Support team by emailing support@ftgate.com and they will be happy to help you.


A full account of how we use your data is located in our latest Privacy Policy which you can read here.

Of course, if you no longer wish to use FTGate at any time or if you no longer wish to receive communications from us at all, please let us know and we will arrange this for you.

Thanks to all of you for using FTGate and we look forward to many years of continuing to serve you.

All the best,

FTGate Technology team

FTGate Update 7.1.002

This update is available via auto-update.

It can also be applied manually if your UPSP is up to date: http://download.ftgate.com/files/FTGate7/updates/ftgau71002.fau


  • Fixed journal files issue
  • Changed internal user-agent
  • Changed handling of self signed certificates
  • Fixed list mailbox WebMail login
  • Fixed replicator problem
  • Fixed issue with IMAP fetch parameter order
  • Forced auto-update to run on restart and added more logging information

FTGate Update 7.1.000

This update is available via auto-update.

It can also be applied manually if your UPSP is up to date: http://download.ftgate.com/files/FTGate7/updates/ftgau71000.fau


  • fixed imap logon of disabled mailboxes
  • fixed webmail login to disabled mailboxes
  • logging name of cram-md5 authentications
  • calendaring – fixed numerous bugs, improved ical support and thunderbird lightning connector support.
  • fixed imap format error
  • improved speed of webmail
  • added webmail/web admin support to mobile devices
  • improved speed of imap
  • fixed client ssl validation causing disconnects

FTGate Update 7.0.404

This update is available via auto-update.

It can also be applied manually if your UPSP is up to date: http://download.ftgate.com/files/FTGate7/updates/ftgau70404.fau


        Modified .net mailbox script process to improve performance
        Optimised spooler for script handling
        Added new .net mailbox callback
        Added trap for malformed malicous emails bypassing attachment filter
        Excluded contact history from backup files
        Fixed issues with IMAP bodystructure response
        Added additional debug log strings
        Added outbound message throttle
        Fixed webmail apostrophy in attachments
        Fixed list mailboxes edit control for utf8 characters
        POP3 capacity improvements
        Fixed memory allocation error in replicator
        Modified log viewer to allow partial view of multi gigbyte logs

FTGate Update 7.0.402

This update is available via auto-update.

It can also be applied manually if your UPSP is up to date: http://download.ftgate.com/files/FTGate7/updates/ftgau70402.fau


  1. Fixed outstanding edge case issue with quarantine