Software delivers messaging system archive solution.
March 25, 2005 - DB2® CommonStore for Lotus® Dominoâ„˘ v8.3 and DB2 CommonStore for Exchange Server v8.3 are messaging system archival and retention management products that can be used by Lotus Domino and Microsoftâ„˘ Exchange customers. They help manage growth of main messaging system storage requirements by periodic archiving. Users can retain and dispose of e-mail records based on regulatory and legal requirements via integration with DB2 Records Manager.
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IBM DB2 CommonStore for Lotus Domino, V8.3 and IBM DB2 CommonStore for Exchange Server, V8.3 Deliver Total Messaging System Archival and Retention Management Solution
At a glance
The IBM enterprise content management portfolio of products delivers information on demand to businesses of all sizes.
New in DB2 CommonStore for Lotus Domino, V8.3 and DB2 CommonStore for Exchange Server, V8.3 customers:
â€˘ Integrated records management capabilities
â€˘ Further granularity and enhancements in archiving features, SingleInstanceStore just being one of them
â€˘ Extensive search and retrieval capabilities
â€˘ Additional content management capabilities that can be exploited
â€˘ HTTPS protocol support
â€˘ Lotus Domino 6.5 and Domino XML â€” DXL format support for Lotus Domino customers and Exchange 2003 Server support for Exchange Server customers
In addition, DB2 CommonStore for Lotus Domino and DB2 CommonStore for Exchange Server are now priced per Authorized User, providing simplicity and a lower entry point.
For ordering, contact:
Your IBM representative, an IBM Business Partner, or IBM Americas Call Centers at 800-IBM-CALL (Reference: YE001).
In today's on demand world, e-mail is a core tool to conduct business transactions and generates a high volume of critical business information. It is estimated that businesses will generate 60 billion e-mails alone in 2005 and at the same time, compliance requirements for archiving critical business information are getting even tougher. Organizations are under increasing pressures to establish scalable and secure archive management systems that can protect business-critical assets, deliver information as needed to end users, meet the demands of regulatory compliance, and enhance the speed and responsiveness of production systems.
DB2® CommonStore for Lotus® Dominoâ„˘, V8.3 and DB2 CommonStore for Exchange Server, V8.3 (DB2 CommonStore) are IBM messaging system archival and retention management products that can be used by Lotus Domino and Microsoftâ„˘ Exchange customers to:
Manage growth of main messaging system storage requirements by periodic archiving
Retain and dispose e-mail records based on regulatory and legal requirements via new integration with DB2 Records Manager
Increase operational and administrative efficiencies by reducing the backup/restore window cycle times
Improve and control mail server performance by off-loading infrequently accessed content, e-mail, existing documents from any Lotus Domino application, or from Exchange Public Folders, PST Files
Enable easier messaging system version-to-version upgrades and server consolidation
Increase end-user productivity with extensive search and retrieval capabilities from the archive, even after years of storage, simply from the native client interfaces or from the archive repository interface
Exploit a virtual storage management system, deploy the appropriate device depending on the life-cycle value of the content
Establish a scalable and secure back-end archive management repository, which is virtually unlimited in growth
Unleash the content buried in messaging systems, leverage it along with the other content types for use by other applications
DB2 CommonStore for Lotus Domino and DB2 CommonStore for Exchange Server are priced to deliver total business value to the user. The current Server, Registered User, and Gateway Access licensing model is being replaced by an Authorized User licensing model. Full details of the new pricing are included below. Refer to Software Withdrawal 905-058, dated March 8, 2005, for part numbers being withdrawn.
Planned availability dates
March 25, 2005: Electronic software delivery
April 22, 2005: Media and documentation