Discovery and Recovery of Email Data
Electronic discovery investigations increasingly target email, taking hours, days, or even weeks of valuable time. In addition, end users are demanding message-level recovery services. To ensure IT organizations can meet expected service level agreements (SLAs), Microsoft® Exchange discovery and recovery operations must be fast and efficient.
Dell™ SonicWALL™ Continuous Data Protection (CDP) Recovery Manager for Microsoft® Exchange (RME) makes discovering and recovering business-critical Exchange data a breeze. RME also reduces IT expenditures by eliminating the need for dedicated recovery servers, and saves time by performing fast searches based on sender, recipient, date, subject, and message or attachment keyword. RME also saves critical data by granularly searching backed-up attachment content, public folders and public folder hierarchies in Exchange and Lotus® Domino.
Live Exchange search.
IT administrators can easily search and export Exchange Server mailboxes and public live folders to save time conducting email discovery from data silos.
Search results can include message headers/classes, categories, deleted items, conversation threads and attachments. Expanded search results include all messages from the same sender, messages with the same or similar subject, or any related messages.
Support for third-party backup software.
Administrators can search major third-party backups, including CA® ARCserve, CA BrightStor, EMC® Legato NetWorker, IBM® Tivoli Storage Manager, Microsoft Data Protection Manager, VERITAS® Backup Exec, VERITAS NetBackup, and native Microsoft backups.
Direct access to tape.
RME supports direct access to tape backup formats, including EMC Legato Networker Open Tape Format (OTF); Microsoft® Tape Format (MTF); Symantec® Backup Exec; and VERITAS NetBackup’s Tape Archive (TAR).
Multiple data source recovery.
CDP provides support for multiple data sources including multiple public folders, multiple mailboxes, and PSTs—all from a single interface.
Compare Source and Target Folders
Administrators can compare contents in selected source and target containers (storages, mailboxes or folders) and use the provided list of comparison results to selectively restore data from the source to the target.
Administrators can use the Task Wizard to perform cataloging and recovery operations by scheduling tasks to automatically catalog, restore, search, and export email data from multiple Exchange databases at the same time.
The Recovery Manager GUI or management shell enables administrators to execute complex recovery tasks.
CDP Recovery Manager improves security and prevents access to restricted, sensitive messages with robust reporting details.