Managing PST Files: From Discovery to the Archive
sponsored by C2C Systems

If you're reading this paper, you probably already realize that the PST files scattered around your network contain messages and attachments which should really be part of your central data store. As the need to retain corporate data has increased to meet regulatory requirements - and best practice may dictate email meeting certain internal policies - the very existence of PST files may put you at risk of failing to meet these legal requirements which could have significant implications. So what can you do about PST files?

This white paper outlines some ideas, methods and applications for living with legacy PST files and avoiding the creation of new ones. It will help you:

  • Assess the true facts about PST files
  • Manage existing PST files
  • Avoid the need for PST files in the future
  • Understand more about Exchange 2010 and PSTs
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