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Email archiving and e-discovery best practices for Microsoft Exchange
This article is part of the April 2010, Vol. 5 issue of Exchange Insider
Electronic discovery (e-discovery) in an Exchange Server environment is a minefield. At one level you could find yourself implementing expensive email archiving solutions that do not meet e-discovery requirements. At the other end, you could be setting yourself up for a lot of work by selecting the wrong email archiving application or no application at all. Free Archiving Seminar Get independent expert advice on designing and deploying an email and file archiving strategy - register today! In this best practices guide, Microsoft Exchange MVP Mark Arnold delves into both ends of the e-discovery spectrum -- from stringent regulations such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) to less-stringent regulations such as the Federal Rules on Civil Procedure (FRCP). He explains why Exchange Server administrators need to understand what level of regulations and litigation their business is subject to, and how to adhere to these e-discovery requirements through varying degrees of email retention policies, backups and email archiving solutions. ...
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