ClearStory Systems Announces Radiant MailManager

Jan 11, 2005

ClearStory Systems (formerly INSCI Corp.), a provider of enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, has announced the release of Radiant MailManager, a scalable email active archiving solution that is designed to provide complete lifecycle, compliance, and storage management for the corporate email knowledge base. By helping enterprises manage email correspondence, Radiant MailManager is intended to enable them to meet corporate governance and regulatory requirements, and maximize information assets.

Radiant MailManager is a scalable solution for capturing, managing, and storing email communications. The solution is available as a standalone application or as a component of the Radiant Content Suite, which provides management and on-demand access for enterprise content. Radiant MailManager's features include: Capture and indexing - Radiant MailManager is a fully automated archiving solution that captures inbound, outbound, and internal email, and automatically categorizes messages based on content, attachments, and header information; Radiant MailManager also offers full-text indexing and search with training-based analytics, which refines categorization over time. Retrieval - Radiant MailManager is fully integrated with Microsoft Outlook so users search and retrieve email with a familiar look and feel. Sampling and review - A review module scans emails based on message and attachment content, context, and combinations of key terms and words; policy violations can be identified and resolved because illicit messages are automatically flagged for management review. Storage management - Radiant MailManager offers single-instance storage, manages attachments, and provides automated storage management, supporting hierarchical storage management (HSM). Policy-based lifecycle management - Radiant MailManager provides companies with total control over retention, and complete lifecycle management is assured; policy rules are automatically applied for retention scheduling, so no user intervention is required.