Carson, CA (PRWEB) September 1, 2005
Carson, California (PRWEB) September 1, 2005 Â Conxsys, an IBM Business Partner and Domino consultant, is accepting applications to join the Domino Procuro Beta Test program.
Domino Procuro is an e-mail retention and purging application built for IBM Lotus Domino environments. Utilizing a centralized Domino database, administrators can effortlessly create jobs to purge e-mail, report on e-mail retention, and notify users regarding their e-mail retention.
While e-mail has become the foremost form of communication in most organizations, the burden has been put on the administrators and operations staff to keep mail database sizes under control.
With its emphasis on easing the costly administrative and hardware overhead of maintaining massive amounts of e-mail, Domino Procuro jobs are highly configurable. Jobs can be configured differently per server, user, and view/folder so that, for example, an organizations VIPÂs can maintain a separate retention policy than the rest of the employees.
Given this flexibility, corporate legal departments will be free to create retention policies granular enough to allow for separate retention periods for specific views such as 30-day retention for the Inbox and 15-day retention for Sent.
Before releasing this product, Conxsys is conducting a free Beta Test program for all qualified Domino administrators. Testers are obligated to run the software and report any issues that are encountered. Those who complete the test will receive a free version of Domino Procuro. This is a unique opportunity for those involved to help shape Domino Procuro and utilize its powerful retention capabilities prior to its public release.
For more information about Domino Procuro, as well as a link to the Beta Testers application, please visit http://www.conxsys.com/products/procuro
For over 10 years Conxsys engineers have been providing IBM/Lotus Domino consulting as well as Domino application development in the Southern California area. Domino Procuro is ConxsysÂ first commercially released Domino application.