Obtaining a GFI MailEssentials license key
During the GFI MailEssentials installation you are requested to key in a license key.
Choose the procedure that best describes your scenario for information on how to obtain a license key:
For a free GFI MailEssentials trial for 30 days, fill in the registration form at:
On registering, you will receive an email with a 30-day trial license key.
The trial license key is valid for the latest version of GFI MailEssentials only. Ensure that you are running the latest version of the setup. The latest build is available for download after registering for the trial key.
During installation, key in the license key and verify if the key is valid. The license key is usually emailed to you when purchasing the software.
Your purchased license key is also available from the GFI Customer Area. Log in to https://customers.gfi.com/ and click My License Keys. Use the license key shown next to GFI MailEssentials.
When upgrading GFI MailEssentials to a build of the same version, such as when installing a Service Release, you may use the previously used license key.
If you don't have access to your previous license key, this is available from the GFI Customer Area. Log in to https://customers.gfi.com/ and click My License Keys. Use the license key shown next to GFI MailEssentials.
When upgrading your current installation to a newer major version, a new license key is required.
Log in to the GFI Customer Area on https://customers.gfi.com/.
- If you have a valid GFI MailEssentials maintenance agreement, click the blue key icon on the right and select Upgrade License Key to upgrade your license key. Key in your upgraded license key.
- If you do not have a valid GFI MailEssentials maintenance agreement, click on the blue key icon on the right and select Renewal. Proceed to renew your maintenance agreement. On completion a new license key will be available.