Email Classification – What and Why?

Along with other information management challenges, classification of e-mail messages is becoming more important is some sectors. E-mail classification is a way of flagging or tagging messages as being of a certain type. For example, a message might be classified … Read More

Exchange 2010 SP1: Archiving Improvements and Considerations

Our team recently completed a webinar for Windows IT Pro Magazine recapping the archiving and Ediscovery compliance features in Exchange 2010. During the course of our preparation, I took a closer look at some of the archiving improvements introduced by Service Pack 1 … Read More

Overview of Electronic Discovery Features in Exchange 2010

Recently, Sherpa Software sponsored a webinar on the new features of Exchange 2010. While my colleagues focused on compliance, email management, and PST migration, my segment focused on the e-discovery features released in the new version plus the enhancements included … Read More

Profanity Police… Usage Policies in Electronic Communication

Goldman Sachs, an urban investment group focused on revitalizing communities, recently made headlines by announcing a new policy to eliminate profanity from its internal email correspondence.  This policy was the direct result of a business-wide review triggered from a U.S. … Read More

Notes 8.5.2 allows you to drag a mail message & save it as an .eml file: My Take

About a week ago, Grant Lindsay shared with me a post from Mary Beth Raven about a new feature in Notes v8.5.2 which allows end-users to drag a mail message to the desktop and save it as an .eml file. Like … Read More

Domino Server Software Solution: Tricking SharePoint into Respecting Notes URLs

At Sherpa Software, we use a combination of IBM Lotus Notes and Microsoft SharePoint data stores. Some repositories are for internal audiences and others for external. We are not alone in this, I am sure. The prevalence of both products … Read More