Test Drive

Download Enkive open source email archiving and ediscovery software.Click on the DEMO button to get a feel for how powerful the e-discovery feature is, and see how the audit trail can tell you who has been searching the archive. The statistical tab let's you get a graphical view of the size and growth pattern of the archive.

Like with any system, to get started, you will need credentials: We've set these up for your test drive:

  • username: enkive
  • password: enkive

The demo is identical to the system you will install and configure after you download Enkive
Start the test by clicking on the SEARCH tab. Given that this is an archive of publicaly available Enron emails, it is natural that you will start by searching for for Enron CEO's Kenneth Lay. To find his emails, enter kenneth.lay@enron.com or kenneth
Once you have seen his emails you can get some other information and search by it. You will be able to save the search and come back to it later or if you are interrupted in the middle of the search, just click on RECENT SEARCHES to get back to where you were.
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About the Demo

The Enkive demo contains ~ 12,000 emails from the now-defunct Enron Corporation. The Enron email dataset was made public and posted to the internet by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Please see this link for more info about the Enron email dataset.

Please note that some of these emails may contain potentially offensive material and that by clicking on the demo you understand and agree to release The Linux Box Corporation, and each of their respective officers, employees, and agents from any and all claims, demands and damages (actual and consequential) of every kind and nature, known and unknown, suspected and unsuspected, disclosed and undisclosed (collectively, “claims”), arising out of or in any way connected with my use of this demo.