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Microsoft Office365 and Google Postini Message Archiving

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Microsoft Office365 and Google Postini Message Archiving

jfierst
I was wondering if anyone out there is successfully using Microsoft Office365 with Google Postini Message Archiving - specifically, with the journaling option? We would like to migrate our mailboxes to Office365 but want to keep the archiving services offered through Google's program (archiving/journaling - every message sent/received with the user having no ability to remove archived/journaled items). We have been successful in getting emails sent to or received from someone outside our domain to archive. The issue is that we cannot get the journaling option to archive emails sent from one employee to another employee.

Does anyone out there have any suggestions for us? Or, could you recommend another product that would be able to create one central archive holding every single email that was sent or received (whether it stays within our domain or not) for an extended period of time. The key is that we do not want each user to have the ability to modify the archive.

Thanks for your help!
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    barneyhaye

    There are a number of Cloud archiving vendors that specialise in providing a service like this - take a look at Mimecast, EV.cloud, Sonian, Smarsh, etc. If you're looking to outsource your email service and also have an eDiscovery capability, it can be a difficult thing to accomplish without using multiple vendors - for example Office 365 for collaboration services, but sending its journal feed to a cloud vendor and making use of their eDiscovery services.

    Remember that if you have a legacy archive to migrate to this new service, you'll need to find a specialist to advise you and apply an archive migration tool, such as TransVault's product.

    Barney Haye
    TransVault Software

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    barneyhaye

    There are a number of Cloud archiving vendors that specialise in providing a service like this - take a look at Mimecast, EV.cloud, Sonian, Smarsh, etc. If you're looking to outsource your email service and also have an eDiscovery capability, it can be a difficult thing to accomplish without using multiple vendors - for example Office 365 for collaboration services, but sending its journal feed to a cloud vendor and making use of their eDiscovery services.

    Remember that if you have a legacy archive to migrate to this new service, you'll need to find a specialist to advise you and apply an archive migration tool, such as TransVault's product.

    Barney Haye
    TransVault Software