Enkive Updates Open Source E-mail Archiving, E-discovery Software

Version 1.2 features new statistics engine, archive access via IMAP.

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Enkive, LLC has released version 1.2 of Enkive Community Edition (CE). The release adds two major features and several smaller enhancements.

The first major feature added is a new statistics engine and new statistics views in Enkive's administration UI. The new UI offers a graphical view of archive volume, workload, and other statistics to assist the enterprise in understanding the volume and growth of the archive in terms of database size, messages, and attachments.

The second new feature provides end users IMAP access to the archive. This frequently requested feature augments the Web-based access and enables end users to directly browse their own e-mail using any IMAP-enabled e-mail client.

“The new IMAP access capability has been requested by several users of the Enkive. We are very pleased to make it available this year,” said Elizabeth Ziph, Managing Partner of Enkive, LLC. “E-mail today represents much of an employees' work product and often their entire record of customer interaction. Such a mine of business intelligence should be harvested, not let go fallow," she added.

Detailed information about the new release is available at www.enkive.org/community.

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