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Exchange E-Mail Archiving - 23.Apr.2001 5:20:00 PM   
swilliams123

 

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Anyone recommend any 3rd party Util's that can Store one instance of every e-mail that crosses your Exchange Org such as E-Mail Xtender by OIG? Then cataloged and searchable.

We're looking for a product that can archive every e-mail that is sent in our Ex. Org for NARA requirements by the US Government.

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

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RE: Exchange E-Mail Archiving - 24.Apr.2001 12:56:00 PM   
robert

 

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Mail essentials from GFI ( http://www.gfi.com) does archive all mails going to and out of your exchange organization. It does archive or in text files or in ODBC source. Check it out

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RE: Exchange E-Mail Archiving - 24.Apr.2001 2:47:00 PM   
JordanChris

 

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Also take a look at www.k-vault.com (or it might be www.kvault.com) which provide an excellent storage and searching mechanism.

Cheers, Chris


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RE: Exchange E-Mail Archiving - 18.May2001 10:05:00 PM   
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You may also want to take a look at Exchange Archive Solution (EAS) from EDUCOM at www.educom.on.ca


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Originally posted by swilliams123:
Anyone recommend any 3rd party Util's that can Store one instance of every e-mail that crosses your Exchange Org such as E-Mail Xtender by OIG? Then cataloged and searchable.

We're looking for a product that can archive every e-mail that is sent in our Ex. Org for NARA requirements by the US Government.

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.



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RE: Exchange E-Mail Archiving - 30.Nov.2001 5:10:00 PM   
mondoslong

 

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Kvault is by KVS (was a division of compaq) It is a good product but very expensive compared to Mail Xtender. With KVault, you can search for archived mail via an add on in Outlook or your webbrowser. I have done a KVS engineer course. KVS insist that you use one of their partners to install it into your network and that sucks. Mail Xtender is a good product. I certainly would recommend that
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Originally posted by swilliams123:
Anyone recommend any 3rd party Util's that can Store one instance of every e-mail that crosses your Exchange Org such as E-Mail Xtender by OIG? Then cataloged and searchable.

We're looking for a product that can archive every e-mail that is sent in our Ex. Org for NARA requirements by the US Government.

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.



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RE: Exchange E-Mail Archiving - 13.Apr.2002 4:40:00 AM   
SashaKrf

 

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www.ixos.com

We have been using their product for about 2 1/2 yrs now and have been happy with the results. They provide a means of single instance archiving, Full-text searching, off-line access to archived email and a very powerful archive server. Worth a check, we are happy we did.

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