Reduce Overall Email Storage with Netmail 5.2
Netmail 5.2 offers you more efficient and cost-effective
ways to reduce your overall email storage.
1. Reduce Your Exchange Storage Requirements by up to 60%
Netmail's Attachment Management feature moves old, oversized, and unwanted email attachments off your Exchange DAGs and onto low-cost storage that never needs to be backed up. Transparent to your end users, email attachments are replaced with a simple HTTP link and stored in Netmail Store. Sit back and watch your mailbox sizes shrink and reduce server backup times by 30% so you can start performing live snapshots of your Exchange servers for High Availability. Say goodbye to storage issues with Attachment Management
2. Expand Your Limits
Never lose another large email message. With Netmail, you can overcome Office 365 message size limits during email migrations. Now you
can migrate email messages with attachments larger than 25 MB to Office 365 and keep the email attachments safely stored in Netmail Store
3. Support for Recoverable Items Folder
With Support for the Recoverable Items Folder in Exchange, you won't have to use journaling any more. With Netmail, you can make sure that all items are archived with metadata and get full retention while archiving only once from a user's mailbox. No more compromising between archive size, full retention, and metadata. Now you can have it all and a smaller archive too.
4. Protect Your Reputation
Outbound Limits™ ensures that any compromised computer on your network cannot send or relay spam. Gone are the days of wasted time spent repairing your online reputation with multiple spam filter vendors. Outbound Limits™ monitors outgoing mail for suspicious activity, and will notify you and stop the flow of
outbound mail from the compromised email account.
5. Find Messages Quickly
Quickly respond to that annoying question "Where is my email?", so you can move on to more important email management tasks. Netmail's new tracking and search feature gives you an onscreen view of what happens to every incoming and outgoing email message.