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eSystems Introduces E-mail Archive System

eSystems Inc. introduced its Automatic E-mail Management Module (EMM). Used in conjunction with ASaP, the company’s database software, EMM automatically stores, indexes, and archives user e-mails, including attachments, enabling users to perform comprehensive searches that authorized corporate users and customers can browse and access online.

Inbound and outbound e-mails are captured , indexed, and stored inside any number or ASaP databanks and are routed by subject, body text, or explicit phrases. Authorized users can then easily search and data mine for critical business information. EMM supports Microsoft Exchange, Lotus, .cc mail, Netscape, and Unix Sendmail.

The ASaP data mining solution provides support for more than 200 document formats including images, sound, video, Web, and office documents. It also allows users to query against a single data bank or across multiple data banks.

Paired with ASaP, EMM simplifies the task of managing personal mailboxes while freeing up valuable storage space by automatically moving read e-mail to the personal databank archive. The attachment is displayed in HTML for high speed viewing without launching additional applications. EMM also allows users to access the most recent messages without going online.

Contact eSystems, (719) 955-4100, www.esystemsonline.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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