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Exchange 2010 built-in Archiving vs 3rd party products

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Recently migrated from Exchange 2003 to Server 2008 running Exchange 2010.  Quick question:  I have tested one email account on the new Exchange 2010 to implement Exchange archiving, and it went fairly well.  What is the best archiving solution?  Is it the built-in Exchange archiving within Exchange 2010 or is another 3rd party product better.  

BTW:  In my case we have one one Exchange server running about 40 users.

Thanks in advance for your comments.
Bruce
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Use Symantec enterprise vault, its very good enterprise application which use for email archival & journal, Kindly refer below link for difference between both product

http://blog.koenvermoesen.be/2010/06/03/symantec-enterprise-vault-vs-microsoft-exchange-server-archiving/
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Is Microsoft's product that bad?  Why not use it????
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Tks for your input.
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