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Sherpa Software releases Archive Attender for Microsoft Exchange

Are you worried about the security and efficiency of your messaging system? Check out Sherpa Software's recently released Archive Attender for Microsoft Exchange, the latest addition into its Attender Utilities line of e-mail management tools.

Sherpa Software recently released Archive Attender for Microsoft Exchange, the latest addition into its Attender...

Utilities line of e-mail management tools.

Archive Attender is an automated e-mail archiving tool that moves critical data out of Exchange mailboxes and into a secure external storage device. Archive Attender reduces storage space on mail servers and secures corporate information to address legal, regulatory and corporate compliance needs, according to Sherpa Software.

Many companies have experiencing substantial growth in their e-mail storage due to employees using e-mail as a file repository in addition to a messaging tool. As a result, much of an organization's knowledge base is being stored on susceptible mail servers. Archive Attender moves essential documents from the message store into a secure location where they can be protected and preserved long-term. Messages and attachments can be archived based on specific criteria such as age, size and user. Also, since many times documents need to be recovered from the archive, Archive Attender can search the archive based on subject, sender, date and archive location to retrieve data quickly.

Archive Attender allows administrators to control and grant access right to users. By doing this, users are able to archive their own messages/attachments and reduce the amount of time they normally spend maintaining their mailboxes. With this functionality in place, users can view their archived messages within Outlook and better manage their own archive by retrieving and forwarding messages out of the archive.

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