PSTs: Fight or Flight?

Written by: Srinivasan Balaji One of the most discussed topics for Exchange administrators in the past few years has been PST files.  The trend continues as they were the overwhelming topic of conversation in the vendor areas of Microsof Exchange Connections … Read More

Searching Exchange Journal Messages

As discussed in one of my previous articles, Exchange journaling gives administrators the ability to record all email communications within an organization.  If the sender or recipients (including those on a distribution list) have their journaling setting enabled, the email … Read More

Upcoming Webinar Preview: Lotus Domino Compliance Checklist

In reading a recent article about email regulations, it is clear that businesses are leaving themselves exposed to potential litigation or compliance issues due to a lack of clear-cut corporate email archiving and retention policies. According to www.eweek.com, “The survey, … Read More

Email and the Pony Express: Three Common Themes

Email and the Pony Express have been compared before (not necessarily in the most positive of lights). Given that both are (or were) systems of mail delivery, this isn’t especially shocking. There are, however,  innumerable differences between the two. One … Read More

Discovery Attender For Notes Selected As "Trend Setting Product Of 2012" By KM World Magazine

Pittsburgh, PA – October 30, 2012 – Sherpa Software, a leading provider of e-Discovery and information management solutions, is proud to accept an award from KMWorld (content, document and knowledge management). According to kmworld.com, “This marks the tenth anniversary of our … Read More

Off the Topic: The Origin of the Sandwich

Since last month was “National Sandwich Month,” I’ve decided to honor this special type of food by exploring its origin, how it got its name and what are the most popular sandwiches.  But first let’s start with…what exactly is a … Read More