Email Archiving System?

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Mitchell, Tom

Jun 21, 2011, 9:23:11 AM6/21/11



Is anyone using an email archiving system that they would recommend? We are currently running a MS Exchange server with Outlook as the client software.





 Thomas Mitchell

 Information Systems Manager




 122 South Wilson Avenue, Drawer D

 Fremont, Ohio 43420

 Phone:  419-334-3801, Ext. 3271

 Direct Dial:  419-355-3271

 Fax:  419-334-2011



Stephen, Eve

Jun 21, 2011, 1:07:41 PM6/21/11



I’m sorry, I’m not much help.  We don’t have any systems in place yet, but we’re thinking about implementing something in the next year or two, so I’d be interested to see any responses you get.


Nice to see ptug is still out there!




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Varoujan Adamian

Jun 22, 2011, 5:11:57 PM6/22/11

I highly recommend taking a look at Google Apps.  We are porting over a 1,000 e-mail accounts to Google.  The management cost is next to nothing, there is no hardware to buy, it integrates seamlessly with android devices (No Bez or Notify servers to deal with).  You get Google's collaboration environment that allows simultaneous editing of a single document by several people.  Next week we will upgrade everyone in one of our domains to the latest version, which would require absolutely NO WORK on our part. 

As for e-mail Archiving, for $13 / user per year, you have a host of capturing capabilities, even-though ACCO has not made the decision to subscribe to this service.

I also like Google Voice.  I use it as my primary voice-mail capturing both my work and personal cell phone messages.  Google captures the audio message, transcribes it and then e-mail it to your account.  This way I can keep an audio & a text copy of a customer's voice mail with my job files.

Google Apps is free for 5 accounts (I think), and $50 per user per year.  All you need to access it is a connection to Internet (no VPN, no hardware, no upgrade, no

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ACCO Engineered Systems
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