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|Museum Email Archive stores emails for your entire organization.
Quietly and smoothly.
All your organizations email history in one place.
Done in a secure way that gives access to only those who need it.
It really is information at your fingertips and its very easy to use.
Museum can monitor a POP3 or IMAP account on an email server. Museum can run on the same machine as the email server or on a completely separate one. This can be used in a number of ways:
When monitoring a POP3 or IMAP server, you can control what actions are taken when a email has been retrieved. You can configure rules to store or ignore emails. The rules control which repository they are stored in, depending on the text of the subject, body, from or to address.
Q. Where is that security policy document Bill
sent to our customer?
A. Just a simple search on "Bill security" and the documents that match are listed. The required document is found.
Q. Where is that invoice from GMC for the sand
A. A search for "GMC and sand blaster" reveals 50 emails. Another click and the emails are listed in chronological order. I select the month of interest and immediately see the invoice.
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Broadgun EuropeContact: Frank Hermes
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The first demonstration has been built from more than 500,000 real email messages from the Enron Corporation.
It contains data from about 150 users, mostly senior management of Enron, that was originally made public
here by the
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission during its investigation.
This showcases how Museum handles a large number of documents / emails and, even with these large numbers, Museum sorts results quickly.
Click here to see the Museum Enron demonstration
The second demonstration is a random repository of documents on frogs, coffee, tennis, fishing and
It consists of a large number of PDFs, some word documents and some emails.
You can see the document thumbnails in action.
Click here to see the Museum documents demonstration