Email Archiving for Preservation and Discovery

October 20, 2011davidTechnology UpdateComments Off

Email Preservation

MS-Exchange 2007 and 2010 can seamlessly integrate with Archive Studio’s WebSearch, ensuring you will never lose email again. With unlimited mailbox storage capacity, it is the fastest and most efficient method of finding and managing email. All incoming, internal and outgoing email is captured by WebSearch automatically in real time, with secure end-to-end encryption.  Email Archiving can not be easier.

Email preservation from Exchange to WebSearch is covered by using a technology called “enveloping” and use of the Exchange Journaling mailbox.

Archive Studio’s email archiving capability enables you to produce evidentiary-quality email records quickly, with full audit trails on email history.

 

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Email Archiving for Preservation and Discovery

October 20, 2011davidTechnology UpdateComments Off

Email Preservation

MS-Exchange 2007 and 2010 can seamlessly integrate with Archive Studio’s WebSearch, ensuring you will never lose email again. With unlimited mailbox storage capacity, it is the fastest and most efficient method of finding and managing email. All incoming, internal and outgoing email is captured by WebSearch automatically in real time, with secure end-to-end encryption.  Email Archiving can not be easier.

Email preservation from Exchange to WebSearch is covered by using a technology called “enveloping” and use of the Exchange Journaling mailbox.

Archive Studio’s email archiving capability enables you to produce evidentiary-quality email records quickly, with full audit trails on email history.

 

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