Netwrix Exchange Mail Archiver

e-Discovery and Exchange storage optimization

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Netwrix Exchange Mail Archiver is an easy to use and scalable e-mail archiving software for Microsoft Exchange that automates e-Discovery and compliance processes, improves data storage efficiency, server performance and end-user productivity. The product takes minutes to configure and supports thousands of users. Freeware and Standard editions are available.

Exchange Mail Archiver archives all e-mail messages in a central location and makes them available for quick e-Discovery/compliance responses with protection against content tampering in PST files and mailboxes. Archived messages are stored in a highly compressed format to minimize storage usage and increase Exchange server efficiency, and original messages in mailboxes are replaced with short URLs making them available to mailbox owners with minimal user impact. The usage of Exchange Mail Archiver also removes hassles of PST file maintenance and mailbox quota management: PST files can be completely removed from your Exchange environment without increasing mailbox quotas.

Features and Benefits:

  • Highly efficient and centralized archive, searchable by administrators and end users (full-text search by subject and body patterns, time frame, and sender/recipient);
  • Reduced storage costs (up to 80%) because of message and attachment compression and data deduplication;
  • Scalable enough to handle thousands of users, no SQL database is required;
  • Does not use any undocumented features and "hooks" in Exchange, making it very reliable and efficient with minimal footprint;
  • Protection of e-mail messages against tampering by users to help meet regulatory compliance standards;
  • Supports e-Discovery processes and litigation preparedness (e.g. legal hold, authenticity verification). Data can be exported for further review and litigation purposes;
  • Transparency to end users to avoid productivity losses.

To learn definitions of some terms related to eDiscovery, visit eDiscovery terms section.