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Configuring Mailbox User Interface through HTTP protocol for Global Mailbox
We recently installed Global Mailbox on existing Sterling Integrator and currently working on migrating partners from traditional SI mailboxes to Global Mailboxes. We use SFTP, NDM (connect direct) and HTTPs protocols for file transmission. For SF...
Ability to route files from alternate datacentre in Global Mailbox
We currently receive files internally from multiple sources into Global Mailbox which is load balanced across the two datacentres. We have had situation whereby a file has come into DC1 and we have needed to redeliver the file in DC2 due to issues...
Inheritance of shared global mailbox privileges
Need the ability for accounts to automatically be granted access to submailboxes when these accounts are granted access to another account's mailbox. Example - User 1 is given access to user2's mailbox. Need the ability for user 1 to automatically...
Enabling Partner Onboarding In Global Mailbox When One Of The Data Center Is Completely Down
In Global Mailbox with multiple data centers, if one of the data centers is completely down(including SFG, GM wlp, Cassandra), we are unable to create/update any new partners
Global Mailbox's Cassandra and ZooKeeper's SLES support
Having the ability to install CAS and ZK on SLES, avoiding mixed environments on existing installations (SLES for B2Bi and RHEL for CAS/ZK)
Add support for AES-256 encryption algorithm for data at rest in Global Mailobx
B2Bi already supports AES-256 encryption for data at rest, so global mailbox should offer the same level of encryption.
Upgrade Cassandra to 4.0 for Global Mailbox in order to support auditlogs
that would be useful for auditing purposes. PCI-DSS requirements require to audit systems access. All customers working in financial industry would benefit from this.
Global Mailbox backend file replication SSH settings (ciphers, hmacs, group exchanges) currently are not configurable, even in 6.1
QUALYS scans are revealing that the out-of-box settings utilized CBC ciphers and SHA1 group-exchanges. These should be configurable settings for the TCP 33001 port to secure with CTR and/or GCM ciphers as well as SHA2/256 group exchanges.
File replay on surviving data center using metadata from cassandra if the processing data center goes down
Currently , if the file is uploaded to the datacenter (DC) and that DC goes down, there is no way to replay that file until the DC comes up. This causes adverse impact on customer's business. Having this will help the production support to replay ...
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