Summer, sun, SecurePIM! The latest versions of SecurePIM and the SecurePIM Management Portal are waiting for you with some refreshing new features in the Apple App Store, Google Play and Infohub. Why not take a look right now?

SecurePIM Enterprise / Government (8.86.x für iOS &

8.5.x für Android)

Scrolling to Infinity and Beyond in Shared Mailboxes (iOS)

When you open a shared mailbox or a shared subfolder, 200 emails will now be loaded at a time instead of just the emails from the last 30 days. Once you scroll down long enough to reach 80 percent of the synced items, 200 more will be loaded. This process will continue and you can keep on scrolling to infinity (or at least till you reach 80 percent of the freshly loaded emails again. Or the bottom of the shared mailbox.).

Traceable Document Editing and Comments (iOS)

In the document editor, you can now see who edited a document. The user name of the editor is shown under Modified by. You can also trace the names of the people who made changes in the change history of a document. If someone commented on one of your documents, you can trace the comment’s author.

Team-Mails Innovations (Android)

Team mailboxes are used when several people need access to the same information, e.g., in the support team. Delegate Mailboxes are the shared personal mailboxes of your colleagues. If a person or your administrator has assigned the respective permissions, you can write, read, manage, or delete emails in the shared mailboxes or in shared subfolders. Furthermore, you can create, edit and send drafts, reply to emails, forward them or respond to meetings for your colleagues. In this document, these mailboxes are referred to as “shared mailboxes”.

Change the Smart Card PIN Yourself (Android)

Now you can change the PIN for your smart card yourself in the SecurePIM settings.

Smart Card on Demand: Independent of the Smart Card

Smart card on demand allows you to open the secure container with PIN, password or biometric authentication and only makes it necessary to connect the smart card to SecurePIM in specific use cases. So, you don’t need to establish a smart card connection for normal SecurePIM usage, and only need the smart card to perform specially.

Preparing for End of Support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 (Android & iOS)

Support for TLS versions 1.0 and 1.1 is expected to end in November 2023. As of November 2023, only TLS version 1.2 is supported and recommended. Please update your server to support TLS 1.2. in time. This affects only SecurePIM configurations that use TLS 1.0 or 1.1 with the Reduce TLS security setting enabled in the SecurePIM Management Portal. If you haven’t updated to TLS 1.2 after the November 2023 SecurePIM release, you won’t be able to connect to your mail server or to your TLS endpoint.

Technical Information

Please update SecurePIM and SecureCOM to the latest version on all devices used.

For iOS devices

We recommend that you use iOS/iPadOS versions 16.5.1 (c). Please note that we will discontinue support for older iOS versions 6 months after an official release of a new iOS version.

iOS 17 Preperation

It’s that time of year again: At WWDC 2023, Apple announced its new operating system iOS 17 with new features and improvements for iPhone and iPad. iOS 17 and iPadOS 17 is expected to arrive in September 2023.To ensure that you can make the most of all new features, we’re already preparing SecurePIM for the upcoming changes. The goal is to support the new iOS version with the September release. In the next few weeks, we’ll therefore also test all beta versions before the official release. So, we’re able to react quickly to any changes. Based on previous experience, our focus is once again on the behavior of push notifications on iOS 17.Please install the latest SecurePIM version when you update your device to iOS 17 (beta).

For Android devices

You have an Android device, but you are not using Android version 13 yet? Then it’s high time – Check right now if you have already installed the update.

SecurePIM Management Portal (Version 2.48.x)

Customized File Names when Bulk Downloading S/MIME Certificates.

Few things are more of a nuisance than losing track of downloaded files – and, in the worst case, accidentally overwriting them – for example, because they don’t have unique filenames. But don’t worry! From now on, when you download multiple S/MIME certificates in bulk, you will receive a zip file with a default filename that accurately describes the content and time of the download. File names of zip files containing all selected S/MIME certificates have the following format:

Please also note the information on the system requirements for the SecurePIM Management Portal. A detailed table can be found in the Release Notes for version 2.48.x.

Download the new versions now

The new version of SecurePIM is now available in Apple App Store (version 8.86.x) and Google Play (version 8.5.x). Upgrade now and benefit from the latest features.

Detailed release notes on the current versions of SecurePIM and the SecurePIM Management Portal including system requirements can be found in the Infohub.

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