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Who this installer is for: This method is best for companies who want updates applied automatically i.e. install and forget.
Who this installer is not for: Companies where many people use the same machine (like terminal servers) or need to control the version of Mail Manager.
What to consider: – Using msi for deployment users will see Mail Manger update next time they log in to Windows – Deploy once for all users using the same machine – When a new user logs on Mail Manager will be downloaded and installed automatically – Every user has their own installation of Mail Manager for Windows – Mail Manager will be installed to %LocalAppdata%\Mail Manager – License details will be required to pre-configure the installer. If you have a shared configuration, you can also include its path
Who this installer is for: This method is best suited to companies where multiple employees use the same machine, e.g. terminal servers, where there may be a need to control which version of Mail Manager is used.
Who this installer is not for: Companies where people use their own dedicated machines or want the automatic updates feature for Mail Manager for Windows.
What to consider: – Single installation on a machine means having the benefit of a smaller hard drive footprint – The IT team need to be aware when new versions become available and take action – IT Team need to be aware when newer versions of Mail Manager become available and update accordingly – License details will be required to pre-configure the installer. If you have a shared configuration, you can also include its path.