The Enkive(R) team is conducting a series of Google Hangouts to hear user's ideas on our development of the UI 2.0. The new UI will feature a more robutst 'projects' functionality. If you'd like to participate, please register here.
October 8th, 2012 - Enkive CE v1.2 has been released. In addition to incremental improvements in general functionality, v1.2 adds enhanced statistics reporting in addition to the major enhancement -- IMAP access.
View detail on the Enkive Wiki.
In addition to incremental improvements in general functionality, v1.2 adds enhanced statistics reporting in addition to the major enhancement -- IMAP access. With version 1.2, email administrators may now configure Enkive(R) to allow individual users to access their own archived email via any IMAP-enabled client. This capacity makes it easier for companies to archive email sooner -- while allowing users access to all their archived emails. A new Statistics feature has also been added. Read more here.
Detailed instructions are now available here: http://wiki.enkive.org/index.php/EnkiveWithExchange
Enkive is an actively maintained, open source project. Enkive 1.1 has been made available for download June 7th, 2012 It is focused on enhanced retention policies and a few smaller improvements. Read all about it here: http://wiki.enkive.org/index.php/Release_1.1_CE
To help us target our improvements, we would appreciate it if you would take a brief survey. There are only seven (7) simple questions.
We are pleased to announce that Enkive 1.0 is out of beta and is available for download.
Enkive 1.0 is the result of a significant re-architecting effort that reduced the memory footprint and increased the speed of archival and retrieval by orders of magnitude. This, in turn, offers increased flexibility in terms of hardware requirements. Furthermore, the new architecture positions Enkive so that future versions can run on clusters and in the cloud. Subscribe to mailing groups to get updates!
“Former President Nixon would have balked at Enkive, a new open-source e-mail archiving and retrieval application from The Linux Box. That’s because Enkive captures e-mail messages as they arrive or are sent to ensure they are retained before a worker can delete them in an e-mail client. This feature helps organizations address the issues of compliance with laws and regulations governing communications, as well as litigation support. It permits recovery of e-mail in full support of an organization’s retention policies. In addition, storage costs are reduced by eliminating the capture of redundant messages and attachments.”
-- Linux Journal, July 2010
January 13, 2012
The Linux Box and Enkive are highlighted in this article from Law Technology News:
Linux Box, in Ann Arbor, Mich., focused last year on its archiving application, called Enkive, which was built atop the popular Alfresco content management system. But that didn't scale well and was not easy to install, CEO Elizabeth Ziph explained. A new version of Enkive, due in February, instead runs on the MongoDB database and Indri search engine, which together run faster and are simpler to administer than the previous approach, she said.
February 8, 2011
Enkive is mentioned first in this article from Rose India:
In this section we will see the features open source email archiving software available these for achieving the emails in the enterprise environment. You can choose the best open source email archiving software as per your business requirement. We have given the list of available open source email archiving software.
Full story here
December 1, 2010
From Data Storage Connection:
Enkive Community Edition (Enkive CE) is an innovative and comprehensive open source solution. It helps organizations of all sizes address the problem of e-mail retention for business intelligence and legal and regulatory compliance. Enkive empowers organizations to easily store email while retaining control over their email system, IT infrastructure, information and processes.
December 1, 2010
Last April, open source vendor Linux Box announced that it would be releasing a number of new editions of its email archiving software. Recently, it launched the community edition — which is currently free to download — with the release of enterprise and cloud expected in the first half of next year.
November 17, 2010 --
Carolyn Dawson at TMCnet writes:
Specializing in open source technology and the Linux platform, The Linux Box Corporation unveiled a community edition of its first commercial software product, Enkive Community Edition (Enkive CE), which is an advanced business e-mail archiving, retrieval and reporting system. As an innovative and comprehensive open source solution, Enkive Community Edition addresses the challenges posed by e-mail retention required for organization’s business intelligence, as well as checks compliance with legal and regulatory.