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  • Email archiving best practices -- and tactics to avoid

    Meeting regulatory requirements means that administrators must carve out a sound email-archiving policy; making the wrong move can be costly. In this issue, you'll learn what to do and what not to do when planning your email-archiving strategy. 

  • Exchange 2013 data loss prevention (Exchange 2013 DLP)

    Exchange 2013 data loss prevention is a feature in Exchange Server 2013 that allows administrators to manually enforce message content rules within their Exchange 2013 organization. 

  • email bankruptcy

    Email bankruptcy is an acknowledgement that your email has become unmanageable and the decision to either purge your inbox and start afresh or, more radically, to renounce email altogether... (Continued) 

  • file allocation table (FAT)

    A file allocation table (FAT) is a table that an operating system maintains on a hard disk that provides a map of the clusters (the basic units of logical storage on a hard disk) that a file has been stored in. 

About Email Compliance

Email compliance has become increasingly important over the past few years, because federal laws like Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA, and SEC regulations obligate organizations to secure email, protect privacy and retain email records for potential litigation and e-discovery. These articles, tips and tutorials will get up to speed on messaging compliance standards and help you configure Microsoft Exchange Server to meet requirements.