SonaVault Outlook-like Folder Structure in Our Email Archiving and eDiscovery Solution
Our engineers have been busy. As announced, SonaVault now offers Outlook-like folder structure views.
SonaVault’s folder-structure feature allows end users to search their own archive as if they were viewing it from their Microsoft Outlook clients. This ease of use guarantees a high adoption rate for even the least tech savvy users to search their archives. No longer will IT admins be tasked to ‘find’ missing emails that were ‘accidentally’ deleted from end users’ mailbox. Hooray! Goodbye, drudgery; hello, productivity.
Of course, SonaVault still offers simple and advanced eDiscovery searches to all users in order to search their own archives, but some users, *hark* are adverse to use these features. For them, we provide folder-structure views.
As always, SonaVault’s archive is secure. Neither hapless nor cunning end users who ‘delete’ a folder in their Microsoft Outlook client will NOT delete the email from the archive. SonaVault’s folder structure only offers up a view to the archived email. Email that was in a deleted folder in Outlook will still be part of the searchable archive, but just will not be viewable from the Outlook-like folder structure.
Here are some additional screenshots:
In figure no. 2, above, the SonaVault shows the horizontal preview pane. The scalable pane has been adjusted to allow for all the folders on the left to be visible.
In figure no. 3, above, the folder pane has been collapsed to allow the horizontal preview and messages additional viewable space.
In figure no. 4, the message pane has been collapsed to allow for a full preview of the selected message.
Figure no. 5 shows the vertical preview pane along with the folders and messages.
Figure no. 6 shows the same vertical preview as figure no. 5, but the panes have been adjusted to allow for the full visibility of the folders as well as list of messages.
In image no. 7, the folder view has been collapsed to allow for a more information from the list of messages and the selected preview message.
Figure no. 8 shows the list of folders and a full-reading preview of the selected message; the message pane has been collapsed.