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We're looking for an email archiving solution for our organization.  We have about 500 users, and we are migrating to Google Apps for email (among other things). Their archiving solution is cost prohibitive for my agency, as we are a non-profit, with very little operating budget.

NCH Mailbase, while free, did not seem to support Outlook Clients.  When we tested it, it didn't archive outbound mail.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
We'd like to install this solution on a windows 2008 server machine.

Thanks.
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There are many to chose from on the market.  Many companies offer reduced prices for non-profits, as it allows them to take tax credits for donating to a non-profit.
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If you are moving to Google Apps for Education, your archiving options are limited.  Google Apps does not have the ability to journal, so you need to use a service that runs as a pass-through service.  On-site solutions are difficult to integrate.

From a cost perspective, a Google Apps Authorized Reseller should be able to work out pricing discounts for you.

Regards,
Allen Falcon, CEO


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My question was not really answered.
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