InBoxer Makes Enron Emails Searchable For Free

Jan 27, 2006


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The exact words written in the emails of Enron Corp. employees, including those of Enron's Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, are categorized and available for free, on-line searching and analysis using InBoxer, Inc.'s new content analysis tools.

More than 500,000 emails sent to and from 176 company employees from 2000 to 2002--and released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission--are available. Users can find material, such as: Business practices (Look for Tom Delay and fund raising); Insights into executive life (Look for Linda Lay about Biochemical Research); jokes (Look for the one about giving a cat a pill); and Truly offensive content (Search the Objectionable Use column).

Online visitors create a free account using the InBoxer Anti-Risk Appliance, which is currently being tested. They then use the built-in tools to find messages that would have triggered an alert if Enron had been using the InBoxer Anti-Risk Appliance. Alternatively, they may search for words, phrases, senders, recipients, and more. The complimentary service is provided by InBoxer, Inc.

(www.inboxer.com; www.enronemail.com)