Attachment Save for Exchange 1.7

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Software information
Platform:
Windows Server
Publisher:
MAPILab Ltd.
Price:
$459
File size:
9.33 Mb
Date added:
June 22, 2010
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Description from the Publisher

Attachment Save for Exchange is a solution for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, designed for automatic processing of emails and attached files.

The product allows saving/deleting messages and attached files based upon specified criteria directly while message passing (sending/receiving) through Exchange server. Using this attachment manager, you are able to block attachments, remove attachments and save attachments easily.

Attachment Save assists you with optimizing attachments exchange process in the organization. It reduces extremely large traffic growth which might appear by attachments exchange.

For example, such standard messages like notifications of a placed order are regularly received by server. Order data is in the attached PDF-file. For convenient storage of order data it is reasonable to save such PDF-files in specially intended folder on server or local computer.

The other example is the following: IT-regulations forbid some employees or company departments sending files of a certain type (name, extension) via email. Attachment Save for Exchange should automatically prevent violations of regulation by deleting the forbidden files during message receiving on Exchange 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003 server. However, the message itself should be sent although it should include the notification about deletion of forbidden attachment.

The product consists of two components: Management Console, which can be installed on any workstation in domain and transport agents set on Exchange 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003 servers, Microsoft Small Business Server 2011.

Suitable system of rules consisting of conditions, actions and exceptions should allow setting criteria for processing both incoming and outgoing messages and attached files.

Attachment Save for Exchange processes email messages and attached files of all types.

Features

  • Multiple setting of message processing rules provide huge possibilities to catalog the saved messages and attachments: you can save only those elements you really require selecting by file type and name and placing them in corresponding storages.
  • Special system for centralized monitoring of the current product status and total performance of the application. Control over the whole system of rules could be done from one console.
  • The installation process and product management is unified for all Exchange Server versions. Product installation and deployment is performed with the help of a convenient installation wizard, while management (creation and setting of rules for saving/deleting messages and attached files) is carried out by means of the console. The company-wide product deployment is possible from any single computer/server, which could be also used to setup and adjust rules for all Exchange servers in the company.
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