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Thread: GFI MailArchiver for Mail Archiving

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    GFI MailArchiver for Mail Archiving

    Hi,
    I need some information on GFI MailArchiver. The tool is made to compress the large amount of mails. How it works and what are the best features of this. Can we integrate the same with Microsoft SQL. What is the system requirement for this application. Does this software can work on a central server for better organization of mails.

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    Re: GFI MailArchiver for Mail Archiving

    Messages can be stored in a SQL database (or more) or on a hard drive to NTFS. Message archiving also improves the performance of the server. GFI MailArchiver includes the following features. It support of Exchange and email servers compatible with IMAP and Active Directory. There are rules for automatic mai. You can access to messages via a simple web interface.

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    Re: GFI MailArchiver for Mail Archiving

    The tool also offers search tools and possibility to distribute messages to multiple databases. It is possible to distribute messages in several databases and the response times are much faster. GFI MailArchiver compresses and decompresses attachments on the fly, which greatly increases storage capacity. In addition, SQL Server could save up to 80% more space compared to PST files. Online Backups is supports in the tool. This version includes support of Microsoft Service VSS (Volume Shadow Copy Service), allowing administrators to use backup tools from third party to perform backups of data stored by GFI MailArchiver without stopping the service .

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    Re: GFI MailArchiver for Mail Archiving

    It is recommended to have a P4 machine with minimum 2GB of free NTFS disk space. Your computer must be a domain controller or to be connected, since GFI MailArchiver requires access to Active Directory. Other things needed is Microsoft. NET Framework 2.0 with Access to Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 or later. Web Service (IIS make sure that ASP.NET is registered on IIS) and Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later is required.

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    Re: GFI MailArchiver for Mail Archiving

    GFI MailArchiver for Exchange simplifies and automates the archiving of e-business, providing a centralized solution for all internal and external mail. Messages are stored in a SQL database (or several), which provides many benefits to both administrators and users. Unlike other solutions GFI MailArchiver for Exchange is fully flexible: it integrates with Exchange and does not affect its operation. Also this software is flexible and does not necessarily require a SQL database: Messages may be stored on a hard drive to NTFS.

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    Re: GFI MailArchiver for Mail Archiving

    The best part of the software is Integration with Outlook (new version 6), Migrating PST Files - The administrator can copy the e-mails stored on the client in PST format in a centralized location. This allows you to archive all old messages and limit the use of PST files. Auditing - GFI MailArchiver can monitor the activity of each user, and display the audit information using reports. This tool facilitates compliance with laws regarding the storage of e-mails and ensures that messages that have not been modified.

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