GFI, a leading provider of network security, content security, and messaging software releases GFI MailArchiver 4

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

December 4, 2006

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LONDON -- GFI, a leading provider of network security, content security and messaging software today releases GFI MailArchiver 4. GFI's latest update to its email archiving solution is designed to bring affordable email archiving to any sized company; it allows archiving directly to an NTFS drive, removing the expense of purchasing a license for an MS SQL server. GFI MailArchiver also features new email retention policies and a 'Saved Search' function that allows individual users to save their search requests for repeated use.

With GFI MailArchiver 4, businesses of all sizes are able to heavily reduce reliance on cumbersome PST files and ensure central archiving of all company email, also in-keeping with compliance and legal requirements.

Email archiving is increasingly important for businesses in the UK and across Europe - it has been estimated that over 50% of company records exist only in email format. If this is true, then over half of a company's records do not sit in any formally controlled records system.

GFI Software Ltd.

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