Email archiving involves more than just backing up your email directories. It is also a question of classifying the email and making it easier for users to find their way around overfilled email folders.
In the past few years, very few technology developments have been as versatile and necessary as email archiving. In fact, it ranks high on the best practices list of many corporations. Many administrators who hear the term “email archiving” for the first time think about data privacy and automatically file the term away in the category of backup. However, email archiving makes sense outside the scope of backup, if you think of it in terms of email management.
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