Enkive 1.0 Open Source E-mail Archiving and E-discovery Solution Released

Reduces the memory footprint and increases the speed of archival and retrieval of previous versions.

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Enkive, LLC., a provider of open source e-mail archiving and e-discovery software, has released Enkive 1.0.

Enkive 1.0 reduces the memory footprint and increases the speed of archival and retrieval by orders of magnitude. This, in turn, offers increased flexibility in terms of hardware requirements. “The new architecture positions Enkive so that future versions can run on clusters and in the cloud,” said Elizabeth Ziph, managing partner of Enkive, LLC.

This is the fourth release of Enkive is one year, during which the company has seen growth in the number of downloads of the product. “We are committed to continuous improvement of the product and welcome open source developers to join the project,” Ziph noted.

Enkive, LLC, in partnership with The Linux Box corporation, offers four types of services for Enkive:

  • Remote installation and configuration
  • Migration of e-mail from current e-mail system to the archive
  • Porting of data from prior versions of Enkive to Enkive 1.0
  • Ongoing support and customization

For more information, visit www.enkive.org.