SaaS Setup Summary
- Create a Mailborder account on this website
- Purchase a subscription plan
- Submit your provision request
- Obtain setup verification from Mailborder
- Modify your DNS settings
Information You Will Need
The first thing is determining the number of seats you need to purchase. Seats are the sum of your user’s primary email addresses and their aliases. You can increase your seat count by modifying your subscription at any time.
We will need to know your domain(s) for processing. You must have full control of the DNS records for your domain(s). If you use something like Gmail and your email address ends in @gmail.com, you cannot use Mailborder SaaS to filter your email. You can add more domains later if required up to 10 per subscription. The cost of the subscription is not effected by the number of domains.
SMTP Delivery and Port
We will need to know where to deliver your clean email. This can be delivered via IPv4 or IPv6 address, or via a host name like server.domain.com. We can also deliver to an alternate port if the default of 25 is not available.
We will need to know the name and email address of the person(s) you choose to be the Group Administrator. This person will be granted the ability to see all email for your domains, create user accounts, manage aliases, edit user policies, etc.
Contact us to request your organization be setup. We will need the information in the above section and a billing address. A monthly credit card subscription will be required. It is best to include a phone number where we can reach you to discuss prior to setting up your account. Please include the country code with your phone number and your normal business hours so that we can schedule a time to contact you.
Microsoft Office 365, Zoho, AWS Workmail
If you use Microsoft Office 365 or a similar service for your email hosting, we have compiled a few guides to ensure that email processed by Mailborder get delivered.
- Microsoft Office 365: Office 365 Policy Setup
- Zoho: Zoho Policy Setup
- Amazon Workmail: AWS Policy Setup
The last step is to change your DNS records for MX email delivery. This will point your global mail flow to our Mailborder SaaS servers. You will receive the settings in your confirmation email.
Management and Policy Modifications
If you want to modify your policy to allow or restrict certain types of file extensions or MIME types, allow larger email sizes, change your quarantine retention period, or archive settings, please submit a request in your account and we will make those changes for you. Navigate to: Account > SaaS
If you want us to assist you, please submit a request and we will schedule a time to work with you for the initial setup.