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Archive Exchange email off of the exchange server

Posted on 2011-09-28
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What are my options to inexpsivley archieve email off exchange, I do not want to use PST's.
I have about 20Gb I need to archive.
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I would check out this product from GFI. You can download a 30 day trial to see if it is what you want.
http://landmar.gfi.com/email-archiving-solution-sm/?adv=952&loc=75&gclid=CNvukZ3gwKsCFcjc4AodRkgstg

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LiveOffice has a cloud-base solution that you look into: http://www.liveoffice.com
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