Secure, compliant journal migration.
Journaling enables an organisation to capture all its email communications in order to meet regulatory, compliance and business governance requirements.
If you need to move an existing journal to a new platform, you'll face a number of challenges. For example:
- Vital envelope metadata including any recipients that were BCC’d or part of a distribution list (DL) at the time the email was sent must be preserved to ensure accurate eDiscovery.
- Your legal department will be keen to get a complete audit that proves every item has been successfully migrated and that chain-of-custody has been maintained.
- If you're migrating to Office 365, there's no equivalent of a single-instanced journal mailbox that's supported by Microsoft.
- You may decide that you don't want to 'put all your eggs in one basket' by migrating journals into Office 365.
Discover your journal migration options:
When you need to move your journals from an on-premises archive or Exchange, there's a range of alternatives to choose from.
Get in touch with Essential to talk through the options and considerations when making your move.
We can help answer questions such as:
- Can we reconstruct our journal archives into the right format a new archive?
- Is it OK to move journals into one or more Office 365 mailboxes?
- How can we ensure all the relevant metadata is preserved and discoverable post-migration?
- Should we consider an alternative storage and eDiscovery platform for our journals?
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