Disaster Recovery

 

Email Archiving

E-mail is one of the most important mission critical systems - everyone uses email to conduct business. Nearly every organisation has a disaster recovery program in place for their e-mail server. Choices include: clustered servers, mirrored servers, CDP, and recovery from back up tapes. The decision factors are cost and time to recover. Archiving can help you get your e-mail server processing quickly without backup tapes.

 

The Archiving Instant Recovery Solution for your E-mail Server

The Archive may be available even if your e-mail server is down. Users can find any e-mail they have ever sent or received and continue working and conducting business. Bring up an e-mail server with no messages recovered. Users can begin sending and receiving messages immediately and recover any messages they need from the Archive. If a user loses their laptop and all their POP'd e-mail or PSTs, Archive can save the day and recover all their email.

 

The Archive Solution for Mailbox Recovery

The Archive may be available even if your e-mail server is down. Users can find any e-mail they have ever sent or received and continue working and conducting business. From within Outlook a user can drag and drop any message they ever sent or received into their Outlook folders and recover any data they had.

 

File Archiving

Protecting Files from Accidents

Critical files can be automatically archived and not "stubbed" – providing a fast recovery solution.

 

Housekeeping tasks that are impossible to do manually (delete old files that are no longer needed) are handled automatically.

 

Simple policies can protect files from early deletion or being overwritten with bad data. For example, if you set a policy rule "When a file is deleted, do not delete the copy from the archive for 30 days,&quo; you can make sure you can easily recover a file that has been deleted accidentally.

 

MailMeter File Archiver can maintain generations of files. If you have applications, that read in files, update them and write them back, you can set a policy rule to "Keep a copy of the last ten generations of a file in the archive" in case you need to recover to a previous version.