GFI MailArchiver 2012 tackles email storage and data leakage
Posted on 07 August 2012.
GFI Software announced the availability of GFI MailArchiver 2012 that offers new reporting capabilities to guard against data leakage of sensitive information, such as social security and credit card numbers, and produces alerts and reports that identify employee correspondence related to job searches.


GFI MailArchiver enables organizations to maintain an archive of all corporate email correspondence, reduce server demands, manage and reduce dependency on PST files, and meet a growing number of regulations for compliance, eDiscovery and other legislation.

GFI MailArchiver is now accessible via any IMAP-enabled device, including Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS and Android.

The latest version of GFI MailArchiver includes new features and functionality that provide businesses with more powerful business intelligence capabilities through the MailInsights reporting module, and more control with the addition of new manual, rule-based and document archiving capabilities.

“The core qualities of GFI MailArchiver 2012 are simplicity, power and value. GFI MailArchiver 2012 makes it easier for SMBs to protect themselves against sensitive data leaks and more efficiently manage their email archives, all at a very attractive price point,” said Phil Bousfield, general manager of GFI’s Infrastructure Business Unit. “With GFI MailArchiver 2012, businesses have more power than ever to extract actionable information from their archived emails and to organise their archives in a way that sharply reduces storage needs and improves the bottom line.”

New features include:

New business intelligence reporting: Through MailInsights, GFI MailArchiver now enables businesses to guard against the transfer of sensitive information, including credit card and social security numbers, which may be used to commit fraud. In addition, businesses can now monitor emails related to job searches.

Scheduled reporting: MailInsights now supports scheduled reporting, allowing appropriate company contacts to automatically receive business intelligence reports at scheduled intervals.

Access via any IMAP connector: Users can now access the archive via any IMAP-enabled operating system or device, including Apple mail, Outlook for Mac, as well as smartphones and other devices.

Manual archiving: Users can now manually archive a single email, or a whole folder of emails, from within Outlook using the convenient GFI MailArchiver Outlook Add-on. Manual archiving puts users in charge of which emails are archived.

Rule-based archiving: Administrators can now selectively archive emails based on certain criteria, including sender, recipient, keywords, or a combination of criteria, providing added flexibility.

Archive store updating: GFI MailArchiver 2012 reduces the need for admin intervention by automatically allocating and creating archive stores as needed.

Document archiving: GFI MailArchiver 2012 supports document archiving, enabling users to archive documents by dragging and dropping into Outlook. Archived documents are fully searchable.





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