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August 13, 2010
DocAuto Enhances Current Version of OutiM Server 3.1
By Jayashree Adkoli, TMCnet Contributor
The company’s OutiM Server is a server-side solution supports multiple approaches to e-mail management, and integrates with and extends the functionality of other e-mail management systems. It supports mailbox, public folder, and PST processing.
The OutiM Server can also automatically copy, move, or move and link any kind of Exchange content, such as messages, notes, tasks, contacts, calendar items, and more, directly from filtered or non-filtered sources into dynamically-identified WorkSpaces or Folders in WorkSite.
One of the enhancements added to OutiM Server include the ability to simultaneously process messages that include multiple recipients. With this option turned on, as messages from one mailbox of a user are processed, copies of the same message with additional recipients can be processed from the mailboxes of those additional recipients.
Another key enhancement to latest OutiM Server is the ability to set security access on imported messages for the Sender, as well as To, CC, and BCC (News - Alert) recipients.
"These enhancements to OutiM Server will greatly assist our clients with the filing of e-mail that has been received by multiple recipients, thus improving the firms' overall ability to effectively manage e-mail," said David Kiefer, president of DocAuto. "Simultaneous Processing and the associated security enhancements will improve responsiveness to users, and eliminate security and e-mail duplication issues."
Apart from relieving stress on Exchange Servers, the OutiM Server eliminates client-side e-mail processing. It also allows access to single-instance content from Outlook or WorkSite, protects the firm by enforcing records management and retention policies, and provides the ability to quickly locate content for internal e-discovery purposes.
Jai C.S. is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jai's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Patrick Barnard
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