Enterprise Vault organizes e-mail for retrieval

Enterprise Vault organizes e-mail for retrieval

Compaq Computer Corp.'s Enterprise Vault repository weeds out aging Microsoft Outlook e-mails and archives them for Web-style search and retrieval via the AltaVista search engine.

Enterprise Vault is part of Compaq's Enterprise Suite for Microsoft Exchange Server.

The suite securely manages mail, documents, workflow and approvals, all from within the user's Outlook interface.

An administrator centrally sets archiving and retention policies to enforce agency e-mail rules.

Signe Maximous, Compaq's enterprise software marketing manager, said Vault 'unclogs the frontline mail system' and enables hierarchical storage of messages.

The Vault portion of the suite is available now, priced from $325 per server and $43 per client.

The Correspondence Manager, Work Expeditor and Approval Expeditor modules are separate; some will not be available until later this year.

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