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Retaining and producing e-mail evidence can be very time consuming and expensive if not managed properly. Woe to the e-mail administrator tasked with ediscovery across a large, dynamic and ever-changing e-mail environment, where ediscovery can often turn into a “find-the-needle-in-the-haystack” exercise.
The stakes can be very large, the complexity can be high, the volumes of data can be enormous and the pressures imposed by the courts can make this a seemingly impossible task. Execution is typically further-complicated by the chasm in technology-awareness and language that usually exists between corporate IT and corporate legal counsel. Learn from Exchange MVP David Sengupta, as he demystifies the e-discovery process and walks you through both proactive and reactive best practices for electronic discovery for Exchange environments.
This paper is written by David Sengupta, Microsoft Exchange MVP, with a foreword by Paul Robichaux. Mr. Robichaux is a Partner in 3Sharp LLC, an MCSE, and a Microsoft Exchange MVP. He is the author of several books, including The Exchange Server Cookbook (O'Reilly and Associates), and creator of the www.exchangefaq.org Web site.
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