Solution: Email Archive

The EmailCloud.IN is an email hosting service with a build in email archiving feature. Email archiving allows an enterprise to enable deleted email message recovery, ensure business continuity and disaster recovery.
These benefits are explained below in details along with other features of our service offering.


Email Mirroring

The Email Mirror feature of the Email Archive solution implements a mirror function at the email server level. All inbound, outbound and internal email messages that are transmitted through the EmailCloud.IN mail service are automatically cloned into the archive.


    Features:
  • Fully transparent
  • No user intervention required
  • Attachments are included in archive

POP3 / IMAP / SMTP

The EmailCloud.IN service includes a standards compliant mail server that supports the following protocols along with password authentication and encryption (SSL/TLS and STARTTLS)



    Protocols:
  • POP3, POP3S
  • IMAP, IMAPS
  • SMTP, SMTPS

Webmail

The EmailCloud.IN email archive service has an integrated Web 2.0 compliant Webmail interface. The webmail interface is compatible with all current browsers, mobile phones and internet enabled slate/readers.

    Features:
  • Multilingual support
  • Address book
  • Richtext/HTML messages
  • Search messages and contacts
  • Email Signatures

Archive Administrator

The ongoing email mirror process creates the email archive message store. The Archive Administrator has access to this email archive and can perform the following functions:



    Benefits:
  • Recover deleted emails
  • Recover user accounts
  • Monitor users

Simple and Fast Integration

The EmailCloud.IN service will integrate seamlessly into your existing infrastructure. There is a minimum recommended migration path that is as simple as recreating the user/password list and choosing the protocol and authentication mode. Your organization can be up and running in as little as 4 hours. Our experienced technical support staff are ready to help you during your migration.