User Access to the Archive
MailStore Server offers several ways to access the archive so all users can browse
their archived email within fractions of a second.
Option 1: Seamless Integration in Microsoft Outlook
With the MailStore add-in for Microsoft Outlook, the archive can be accessed directly from the user's
familiar work environment. The Outlook add-in is compatible with Microsoft Outlook 2000, XP, 2003, 2007
and 2010 (32-bit and 64-bit versions).
Option 2: Access Using an Internet Browser
MailStore Web Access provides access to the archive using any internet browser. Archived emails can
be browsed, viewed and restored this way.
Option 3: Perfect Integration into any Email Application
MailStore Server has an integrated IMAP server available. Behind this inconspicuous feature lies
the option to integrate the user's email archive into any IMAP-enabled device or email application.
These include Mozilla Thunderbird, Microsoft Windows Live Mail, various Nokia cell phones as well as
the Apple iPhone and iPad, for example. From the user's perspective, the email archive presents itself
simply as an additional mailbox which he can access like any other regular mailbox (read-only, of course).
Fast Full-Text Search
MailStore's full-text search works even with extremely large amounts of data without any noticeable time lag. In addition, not only emails but also any type of file attachment is included in the search. Queries can be saved and also be stored in search folders.
Adoption of the Source's Folder Structures
When archiving email, MailStore Server adopts the original folder structure of the source. This means that after archiving, folders created in Microsoft Outlook or an Exchange mailbox, for example, can be found in the archive unchanged.
1 Click Restore
Users can restore emails from the archive with a single click of the mouse. For administrators, several export features are available.
Depending on the assignment of permissions, individual users can access parts of the archive of other users.
Try now, with zero risk of messing anything up!
MailStore Server will not make any changes to your mailboxes or server configuration!