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|Daily Digest: October 30, 2009|| |
|Archiving, E-Discovery, & Compliance|
|Email, Messaging & Collaboration|
New Dumpster Features for Exchange 2010
The old dumpster in Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007 was valuable for recovering deleted email, but it had some basic compliance shortcomings. (Want more information on dumpster? See here.) It only contained deleted email, not deleted calendars or contacts. It was not indexed or searchable, and users were allowed to purge email from the dumpster, perhaps in violation of email retention policy.
Exchange 2010 has some important improvements to the dumpster. It now:
By capturing all deleted items and preventing users from purging email, it closes two major "leaks" for email retention and compliance. ... Bob Spurzem
On April 15, 2009, Microsoft announced that Exchange 2010 will have built-in support for archiving. Though Microsoft has been slow to reveal details about the new offering, its announcement is shaking the archiving market and the adjacent markets for e-discovery and compliance. In this webcast, David Ferris cuts through the confusion about E2010 and explains what the product's archiving features do, what they don't do, and how the technology is likely to evolve. A Q&A session gives attendees the opportunity to ask questions.
Vendors: Join Archiving Innovators, Including
Microsoft, C2C, LiveOffice, Metalogix, Smarsh, Waterford Technologies
If your product needs to be positioned with respect to Exchange 2010's archiving, become a sponsor of our Exchange 2010 archiving education program.
Sponsorship benefits include:
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