Messaging Architects

100% employee-owned, Messaging Architects is a global builder of business driven Email infrastructure. We provide software and services that deliver 100% uptime and compliance to millions of end users. Our M+Platform manages the full lifecycle of email from the moment a message is created through its end of life destruction. M+Platform components scale seamlessly and work together to minimize costs, reduce complexity and eliminate risk. For more information, visit our website.

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Whitepaper: Faster, Easier, and More Cost-Effective E-mail Migrations From Messaging Architects

by Messaging ArchitectsJun 01, 2010

This technology brief highlights how implementing M+Archive as an integral part of an e-mail platform migration ensures a faster, easier, and more cost-effective solution and eliminates the need to deploy a third-party, single-use migration tool to migrate mail systems. Designed to work in multiple e-mail environments, M+Archive is an interoperable e-mail archiving and migration solution that helps organizations migrate and archive data and assists with user provisioning. M+Archive also adds value to the messaging system post-migration by helping organizations address future challenges for archiving and regulatory compliance by offering sub-second search and retrieval of information via a standards-based, 100% compliant architecture.

Whitepaper: How to Evaluate and Choose a Email Archiving Solution

by Messaging ArchitectsJan 01, 2008

Much of what is transmitted through an email system or an Instant Messaging (IM) system constitutes a ?Record?, or a document that must be kept for a minimum period of time that is often established by statutes or regulations. An email archiving system that can index, store and purge these records according to corporate or other policies is an important component of an overall messaging management strategy. However, email archiving systems can also provide other benefits, including the ability to automatically migrate messaging system content to other storage media, thereby making messaging servers, such as Novell GroupWise, more efficient and users more productive.