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Enhancing Microsoft Exchange & Office 365 with Netmail

Posted by Debbie Howlett

Nov 11, 2014 2:22:00 PM

With organizations creating and sharing more and more information over email, the ability to protect, preserve, store, and search this valuable information has becoming increasingly more important, especially since email has evolved from being a simple communication tool between individuals into a searchable archive, an accountability source, and a quick way to exchange document.

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Topics: Email storage, Email Archiving, Office 365, Microsoft Exchange 2013, Netmail, Email Administrators, eDiscovery

Microsoft Exchange Architectural Evolution – Cloud Messaging Services and the Evolution of Choice

Posted by Judi Kohn

Jun 2, 2014 9:31:00 AM

Technology. Most of us would agree that it is a key part of the world around us. In the field of technology, the first sixty plus years have seen spectacular progress in all aspects of the domain. Ever shrinking transistors have enabled the production of increasingly complex and cost-effective microchips, a scenario that has driven the surge in technological design. This fits with Moore’s Law, the observation (not a physical law) that the number of transistors on integrated circuits doubles approximately every two years. 

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Topics: Email storage, Email Management, Office 365, Netmail Archive, Microsoft Exchange 2013, Cloud

Video Tips & Tricks: Netmail Store Overview

Posted by Debbie Howlett

Apr 17, 2014 9:57:00 AM

In the latest installment of our Video Tips & Tricks Series, our affable host, Mike Dybala introduces you to Netmail Store, a low-cost object storage solution that scales in performance as you need it to.

If you're unfamiliar with Netmail Store, it's high performance email storage software that transforms commodity servers into easily scalable, fault tolerant storage that can be used to store massive (gi-normous) amounts of content forever. That's right. Forever.

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Topics: Email storage, Netmail, Email Administrators, Object Storage Software

Storage Fun: What to Expect for Storage Consumption During and After Migrating to Microsoft Exchange 2010/2013 from Novell GroupWise

Posted by Brian Hatchell

Feb 12, 2014 11:59:00 AM

One of the common messaging system migrations is from Novell GroupWise to Microsoft Exchange 2010 and 2013. There are many differences between GroupWise and recent versions of Exchange and one of the more challenging issues involved in planning this migration path is deciding how much storage to allocate to Exchange.

Single Instance Storage (SIS) is a system’s ability to keep one copy of content that multiple users share. It is a means to eliminate data duplication and increase efficiency. In the case of email systems that support SIS, this would mean that a single copy of a message is held within its database whilst individual mailboxes or accounts access the content through a reference pointer. While disk space reduction is a prime goal of SIS, it also greatly enhances delivery efficiency of messages sent to large distribution lists.

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Topics: Email storage, Novell GroupWise, email migrations, Microsoft Exchange 2013

Osterman Research Survey Sponsored by Netmail Finds Email Storage Bloat Poses a Serious Problem to Organizations

Posted by Debbie Howlett

Jan 29, 2014 8:44:00 AM

Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) January 29, 2014

Netmail today announced the findings of an independent survey on email storage conducted by Osterman Research. The research revealed that almost 79% of respondents consider email storage bloat a problem. And while most organizations impose mailbox-size quotas on email users, quotas only provide limited, tactical help in addressing the problem.

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Topics: Email storage, Email Attachments, Attachment Management

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