Exchange Message Archive Management

Whether you’re looking to ensure that your company’s Exchange organization complies with regulatory requirements, or just a way to quickly retrieve email messages from the dark ages, GFI MailArchiver is worth taking for a test drive. You’ll love the fact that it does nothing to impact the smooth operation of your Exchange servers, and requires only one SQL server database located somewhere on the network to accomplish what can otherwise be very time-consuming and frustrating message restoration tasks. If you happen to decide that GFI MailArchiver is not for you, not to worry – just uninstall it and let your Exchange servers carry on as they always have.

If you can come to terms with the fact that searching through email archives really can be as simple as firing up your web browser and performing a search, then GFI MailArchiver probably won’t be leaving your server. The best part is that the next time Steve shows up looking for messages from last year, finding them won’t be an issue. Of course, that’s one piece of information that you’ll probably decide Steve just doesn’t need to know.

Quite simply, if you need an simple, fast, and effective way to manage archived Exchange messages, GFI MailArchiver is the answer.

Author: Dan DiNicolo

Dan DiNicolo is a freelance author, consultant, trainer, and the managing editor of He is the author of the CCNA Study Guide found on this site, as well as many books including the PC Magazine titles Windows XP Security Solutions and Windows Vista Security Solutions. Click here to contact Dan.