Powerful and Cost-Effective Email Archiving Solution for Microsoft Outlook Released by TechHit LLC

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TechHit announces a new version of its email archiving product MessageSave for Microsoft Outlook.

With email archiving becoming an increasingly important aspect of many businesses, TechHit LLC has released a new version of its popular email archiving product - MessageSave 4.0. Unlike complicated all-in-one archiving solutions, that require an IT specialist to manage, MessageSave uses a file-system based approach which ensures easy integration into any existing IT environment.

Today, business executives need to keep organized archives for regulatory compliance; industry professionals need to store emails with project-related documents; and sales people need to maintain an audit of email correspondence with customers. MessageSave is in use by thousands of users in financial securities, legal, healthcare, construction, engineering and many other industries.

MessageSave archives each message into an individual file. This allows the users to leverage industry-standard tools and technologies for backups, access control, managing, indexing and searching the archive. It also makes the archiving process easy to manage and cost-effective, while providing an alternative to expensive all-in-one server-based archiving solutions.

MessageSave integrates directly with Outlook for simplicity and ease-of-use, while providing flexibility and a level of customization required by power-users. MessageSave supports large-scale deployment and has an ability to centrally control settings by system administrators.

MessageSave 4.0 is now available for $49.95(US) per user. System Requirements: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista and requires Outlook 2000, 2002, 2003 or 2007. Volume license discounts are available. More information is available at MessageSave for Microsoft Outlook.

For more information, contact TechHit LLC, 58 West Portal Ave #266, San Francisco, CA 94127 USA Phone: (415) 354-9711 Internet: http://www.techhit.com/.


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