Adept-tec are following up on their webinar where they did an overview of SMTP Archiving versus Journal Archiving, with a deep dive session. If you want to know more about the inner workings of SMTP Archiving then you should attend. There are more details on their website.
The folks over at Adept-tec are doing it again with a seminar to be held all about Enterprise Vault 12. The seminars (and webinars) that these guys run are very well attended and contain a huge amount of useful information, and experiences will be shared. It’s a must attend, if you can make it. More details are on their website.
Have you wondered about the (relatively) new feature of SMTP archiving in Enterprise Vault, and how it might compare with the ‘traditional’ Journal Archiving features which have been in the product for a long time? Well, my friends over at Adept-tec are running a webinar on just that topic soon.
Yes that’s right ANOTHER free webinar from them.
So if you’re wondering how the two techniques compare, and how to configure and use SMTP Archiving, why not join the webinar and find out more?
If you have been involved in Enterprise Vault for a long time you will remember that mobile access to Enterprise Vault wasn’t a particularly great experience. You’ll also remember that more recently a lot of work was put in by the development, testing and customer experience teams to provide IMAP Access, and Mobile Search.
It’s quite a new thing, and if you want to learn some best practices for how to use this in the ‘real world’, I’d recommend attending this webinar. It’s from Adept-tec, who are really knowledgeable about Enterprise Vault.
A colleague of mine spotted this quite brilliant list of articles relating to Enterprise Vault Product Documentation:
Finding documentation amongst multiple versions can be quite handy if you’re trying to find out when a new feature was implemented. Or if you’re trying to find out when a particular feature changed. Take for example things around the shortcut-processing actions which changed a few versions ago in Enterprise Vault. There are lots of other changes over time. The article links back to documentation as far as Enterprise Vault 8, which is kind of as far as you’d want to go, right? 🙂