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What "microsoft exchange email archiving" solution do you recommend to
automatically put a 2nd copy of all inbound and outbound emails somewhere
so I can recover if someone deletes items we need for LEGAL purposes ?

I don't want to spend lots of money and
am willing to upgrade my Exchange server.

Current Setup
 1. Exchange 2007
 2. 100 users
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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GFI Mail Archiver is main tool of choice for small implementations.
You journal your email to a specific mailbox, then it extracts it and stores it in an SQL mailbox. The users can get at it if they want, but they cannot delete content.

No point upgrading Exchange.

Simon.
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