Sherpa Enhances Email Mgmt.

New email management solution for Lotus Notes that will help businesses enforce corporate data policies

January 21, 2009

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PITTSBURGH -- Sherpa Software, a leading e-discovery and archiving software company, today announced a new email management solution for Lotus Notes users that will help businesses enforce corporate data policies and meet intensifying regulatory requirements. Sherpa Software Compliance Attender is a flexible and affordable server-based solution that intercepts, archives and filters inbound and outbound email as well as internal messages in real time. Messages are then automatically mapped against administrator-defined policies and restrictions to prevent the transfer of sensitive data before it occurs, and to provide companies a tamper-proof and comprehensive record of all email communications.

Compliance Attender is being demonstrated this week at IBM's Lotusphere conference in Orlando, Florida, at Sherpa's booth, #519.

At the core of Compliance Attender is Sherpa's proprietary Real Time Engine technology, which catches messages at the operating system level before they get to the Domino router. Compliance Attender Journaling archives all email into a series of managed repositories, while Compliance Attender Filtering provides administrators with message-management options such as restricting email based on content, group membership, recipient count or total message size.

By parsing messages before they reach Domino, Compliance Attender allows companies to avoid performance lags resulting from the router's involvement in Lotus Notes' mailbox journaling. Compliance Attender archives and screens the messages as they occur for increased speed and control over which emails are caught and how they are managed, such as: archive/journal messages, prevent delivery, add classification headers, add disclaimers, and much more.

Sherpa Software Group LP

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