ARCHIVE1024, a source of archive software solutions, has expanded its e-mail migration capabilities with the launch of a new enterprise message migration application for HP/Autonomy's (News - Alert) Mimosa NearPoint Email Archive.
Some of the latest support for NearPoint message extraction includes: the Base Product output to .msg files, and direct Integration with Exchange 2007, 2010, 2013, output to .eml, re-packaging into PST containers, Amazon Glacier long-term storage and AXS-One's (News - Alert) archive.
The new capability enables customers, business partners and system integrators to better support their Microsoft Exchange deployments and upgrades where NearPoint archived data needs to be extracted.
With this feature, NearPoint archives can be converted directly into MS Exchange.
The previous release of ARCHIVE1024's Near-Point 2-Anywhere extracted messages back into their original .msg form. From there, customers were in control of their data and could decide what to do next for re-ingestion into other archival systems, or converting into other formats.
"The vast majority of the customers we talk to have either already upgraded to Exchange 2010, or are in the planning phases of upgrading to Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2013,” explained Peter Mojica, CEO at ARCHIVE1024.
According to Mojica, “the combination of archiving, storage and eDiscovery options natively available in Exchange are compelling customers to discontinue support for NearPoint and migrate their archived data directly into Microsoft (News - Alert) Exchange mailboxes, archives or both."
The latest enhancement makes ARCHIVE1024 the only NearPoint archive migration provider to offer clients the ability to intelligently select, prioritize, queue, monitor and review extracted archive files and directly process them into MS Exchange and other formats.
The SaaS (News - Alert) offering is a highly scalable. The multithreaded platform is designed to process terabytes of information in a time frame managed by the customer.
Said Mojica: “The new release represents the safest and most reliable method for taking important records out of one source system and into another source system with complete process accountability which is crucial to internal policies and future e-Discoveries."
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Edited by Braden Becker