RE: GFI Mailarchiver - is that the best way to go?

  • From: "Brian Pituley" <bpituley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2006 09:01:54 -0800

For Zantaz it's highly dependent on the number of mailboxes you're going
to be archiving.  You'll need to contact them or a VAR to find out the
pricing.
 
Brian Pituley
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From: Dave stevens [mailto:london31uk@xxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2006 8:58 AM
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Subject: [exchangelist] RE: GFI Mailarchiver - is that the best way to
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How expensive are both EMC Xtender and Zantaz EAS? I think they might be
a cost issue as well and complexity of implementation. Any thoughts, as
I have to sell this to the guys that hold the Big Purse.
 
Thanks
 
 
Dave

ChongJa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

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        I've used EMC Xtender, which was a pretty neat application. You
can schedule archive tasks and does shortcutting as well. Once items are
archived, you have the option to shortcut messages where messages are
removed from your mailbox and replaced with a pointer in Outlook.
Therefore when a user wants to restore a message, all you need to do is
double click the message in Outlook and it will retrieve th e message
from the storage and copy it back to your Exchange DB, rather than using
a search interface such as a browser to search for the message then
retrieve. All mail is stored in DB as a flat file which you can store on
a file server. Application also has the ability to search user's machine
for existing .psts to archive off to storage. 

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        From: Brian Pituley [mailto:bpituley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
        Sent: Tuesday, January 03, 2006 11:22 AM
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        Subject: [exchangelist] RE: GFI Mailarchiver - is that the best
way to go?
        
        
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        We have just implemented Zantaz's EAS product.  We have it set
to archive individual mailboxes as well as archivin g everything that
comes or goes through either of our mail servers.  With the exception of
the Outlook addin not working nicely on one machine it's been a
reasonably good experience.
         
        Brian Pituley
        Director of Information Technology
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        F: 408-441-8405
        E: bpituley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:bpituley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
         
         

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        From: Robert Lawson [mailto:rlawson@xxxxxxxx] 
        Sent: Tuesday, January 03, 2006 8:08 AM
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        Subject: RE: [exchangelist] GFI Mailarchiver - is that the best
way to go?
        
        
        Dave,
          We found GFI compliance/discovery orientated, where we needed
a data management product that would allow us to offer larger mailboxes,
which would be basis for getting rid of pst files.  We chose Zantaz's
EAS product, which we will be implementing this month. So I'll have more
first hand knowledge in the next few months.
        Thanks, Robert
         
        Robert Lawson
        Senior Database Administrator/email administrator
        Soka University of America
        1 University Drive
        Aliso Viejo, CA. 92656
        main: 949.480.4000 fax: 949.480.4258
        direct: 949.480.4224 rlawson@xxxxxxxx 

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        From: D ave stevens [mailto:london31uk@xxxxxxxxx]
        Sent: Tue 1/3/2006 7:21 AM
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        Subject: [exchangelist] GFI Mailarchiver - is that the best way
to go?
        
        
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        Hi Guys,
         
         
        We are looking to implement a mail archiving solution. The whole
idea is to take away email management from users and hopefully get rid
of PST nightmares.
         
        We currently have GFI Mailarchiver up and running in evaluation
mode, but somehow we found it did not quite fully our needs. The concept
I understand is that MailArc v3.0 takes a copy of mails sent or received
and stores in on an SQL server. Our problem is that users still have to
go in and tidy up /free up space on their mailbox. We were kinda hoping
that MailArc v3.0 would do that for you.
         
        Anyone got alternative? I do know syma ntec do Enterprise Vault.
anyone used that yet? Is MS thinking of coming up with a solution for
Archiving mails besides PST?
         
        Help
         
         
        Dave  
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