Email Archiving up to 12 years
Never lose any of your precious messages.
You no longer have to worry about your email getting full or having to delete emails.
The email archive service allows you to permanently store your emails in a separate storage space for up to 12 years.
Ta emails remain archived in their own space, with no limit to the size of mailboxes, and without deleting any emails.
With the Email Archive service, you can keep a complete copy of your mailbox for a long time, regardless of its size.
12 years of Email Archive
No limit on GB's consumption
It is supported for :
Exchange Server 2010/2013/2016/2019
IMAP-POP email servers & mailbox
MDaemon, IceWarp & Kerio Connect
.PST / .EML and other email files
MS Outlook & Windows Live Mail
Try it completely free
How exactly does the email archive work?
Any questions? 2109416174 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Email Archiving Storage
After enabling the private archive instance, you will have access to the archive client. Through the archive client, you will create the archive profiles for the mailboxes you want.
You will configure the necessary accesses for your users and all the necessary settings for your archive.
Immediately afterwards, the archive works automatically and starts transferring the existing emails to the archive service. All new emails (inbox/sent/folders) are automatically moved to the archive, even if you delete them from your inbox.
You can access your archive via browser, Outlook Addon or archive client.
Restore Emails from Archive
The total mailbox restore from the email archive is not as fast as the daily system backup of a service.
All operations are completed from the central archive client management environment. The archive profiles we create are executed automatically, without the requirement that the client be open.
Through the archive client we fully manage our archived mailboxes, and create archive access to the email users we want.
Frequently Asked Questions
In contrast, the email archive is not recycled, it is a permanent archive, a copy of the original mailbox, available for a very long time.