No matter whether you would like to use your own Microsoft exchange system or a hosted solution, whether you would like to archive a handful or thousands of mailboxes – with INS e-mail archiving solution you are on the safe side. Ensure an efficient management of electronic communication, in particular for business relevant processes.

INS e-mail archive is the professional solution for the following challenges: an archiving system which ensures statutory requirements concerning retention and immutability of e-mails and which allows you to access all e-mails your business (also on those already deleted) and finally which helps you reducing storage-related costs. By this unique concept of self-supporting media you are able to take your individual e-mail archive in-house again or to transfer it to another service provider at any time.

There will be no manual backups and your IT infrastructure will be spared. The performance of the mail server is guaranteed even with increased e-mail traffic.

And the best thing about is this: You save money as the INS e-mail archive is based on a highly attractive rental model.


  • Quick and uncomplicated rollout, training for the end users are not needed due to the self-explanatory and comfortable interface
  • Efficient, high-performance and complete journaling of e-mail communication as well as delayed archiving
  • Scalability: You will be provided with a technically and organisationally secure model – even if e-mail volume doubles every three years.
  • The system provides powerful searching in all e-mails and attachments regardless of format (also in scanned documents via OCR)
  • The e-mail archive is integrated smoothly to the existing e-mail infrastructure (IBM Louts Notes, Microsoft Exchange, Tobit)
  • Backup and disaster recovery services protect you from data loss
  • Long-term archiving due to regulatory compliance, all e-mails and attached are stored in the original format and in an audit-proof manner via long-term archiving system
  • In consideration to German Principles of Data Access and Auditability of Digital Documents (GDPdU), the system of internal controls Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), E-Comm Act 2000 as well as e-discovery requests for obtaining evidence