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What is MailMeter?

Irish company Waterford Technologies offers MailMeter, an email archiving solution.
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Irish company Waterford Technologies offers MailMeter, an email archiving solution.

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What is MailMeter?

Irish company Waterford Technologies offers MailMeter, an email archiving solution.

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jafar shareef | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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As we use office 365 mailbox, we most of the time delete mails after the given quota is full, like after 70K mails which are nonrelevant for us this time just empty that folder. We just use the archiving features of MailMeter which can handle our emails for 7 years which is a great archiving tech. And in case we missed any email or deleted it we can just request and get the archive access and do an advance search and easily find what we are looking for.
  • archived emails
  • They can improve and work on GUI for sure
Everyone from every department uses Office 365 and we delete thousands of emails in a month or so that are auto-triggered in our production environment which we don't find relevant at that time but later that email saves our project in some folder. We delete all emails to make space for new emails to come in, and in that process. If we lose those emails then we simply use MailMeter to see the deleted email with a request and use advance search and download or tag that email.
  • email archiving
  • storage management
  • in terms of storage it has been awesome
Score 5 out of 10
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We use MailMeter to archive our company's email activities. We use mail archiving for several purposes:
  • HR often has needs to review emails to and from an employee.
  • We use MailMeter to service any eDiscovery requests.
  • IT Department can quickly and easily restore email to an inbox.
  • The program is a beast and continues to chug away at emails.
  • The interface is simple and doesn't require reading a manual to understand.
  • MailMeter works fully with all versions of Exchange, including Office 365.
  • Due to its nature, MailMeter's storage of data files will continue to grow as time goes on. Plan accordingly!
  • Like the data files, the MailMeter SQL database becomes huge over time - Plan accordingly!
  • We have been through several versions of this program, and at times mail journal processing has stopped causing problems with mail flow.
If you are looking for an onsite solution, MailMeter does the job. Like any program, you will have problems on occasion, however the product is fairly stable. In my opinion, mail archiving is a service that's more suited towards cloud-based services rather than on premise. Much like a spam filter that runs on a Windows server, this product feels like it's from a bygone era.
  • This product has done a bang up job in providing quick access to historical email content. The amount of time saved, including instant verification of email transactions, make this product worth the yearly license.
  • As a result of hosting our mail archive onsite, we have had to spend large amounts of our total pool on disk space, cutting down on overall ROI.
  • MailMeter does not require hefty Virtual Machine resources, which allows us to allocate resources towards other servers.
Probably an unfair comparison, but Mimecast has some interesting features that MailMeter does not. First, Mimecast is cloud, MailMeter is on-premise. Mimecast has all the same eDiscovery features that MailMeter has, however is also able to offer seamless archive stubbing into Outlook. Since you don't have to suck up resources on your local network, you easily save money spent on disk/compute resources.
Of the few times I've dealt with support, I felt like the people who were on the other end couldn't help me. Latest instance was with resolving a license renewal issue, they had to connect me to someone in Ireland and were on a tight schedule to help me during their shift. Come to find that I could not renew a license because their license server was down. In all it wasn't a good support experience, however unfortunately par for the course.
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