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e-mail archiving

Retaining e-mail messages for historical purposes or to be in compliance with industry regulations. E-mail has its own data format for storing multiple messages in a file, and message archiving software, which is used for e-mail retention and searching, supports this unique file format. See e-mail.
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On-premises e-mail archiving method allows enterprises to deploy an on-premises product for archiving business information.
E-mail archiving also is expanding to encompass social media conversations.
Taking over the e-mail archiving business of its good partner and investor Webroot will allow Sonian to establish direct contact with new customers, resulting in better services.
The USDA is using Proofpoint's archiving solution in conjunction with its Microsoft cloud-based Enterprise Messaging Services (EMS) to provide compliant e-mail archiving for 120,000 Microsoft Exchange users across 21 departments.
Managed security services company Network Box Ltd yesterday announced a new e-mail archiving service based on Webroot's Emailing Archiving Service.
According to the company, the new Webroot Email Archiving Service is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution designed to meet and exceed a company's e-mail archiving needs.
It has only been within the last year or so that school districts were pushed into saving their e-mails, spurred by the K-12 ed tech organization Consortium for School Networking (www.cosn.org), which took up the cause in a June 2008 white paper titled "School Districts, Data Retention, and Federal E-Discovery Rules: The Case for a Full E-mail Archiving Solution Now." The paper brought to light the need for school districts to archive their e-mail not only for the purposes of satisfying federal e-discovery requirements, but also as part of a corn prehensive disaster recovery and business continuity plan.
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According to research firm Radicati, the market for e-mail archiving will grow from $465 million in 2005 to $4.4 billion in 2009.
Mistake 4: Assuming that the company's existing document-management system can handle e-mail archiving. Companies with a major investment in a document-management system may believe that this system can be adopted for e-mail management archiving.
The library is designed for high-performance applications, including document and medical imaging, e-mail archiving, enterprise content management, multimedia projects, graphic design, and audio/video editing and authoring.--Asaca