For high volume archives, Discovery stores records in a SQL database, such as MySQL or Oracle. Messages are not stored outside of the database, consuming external disk space, but stored and indexed within the database, resulting in dramatic storage space savings and search performance increases over other archive products. Unique life-cycle management and migration features allow for virtually unlimited salability for long-term storage. As more exporting needs are identified, like when someone wants to take some of their email with them when they leave, with Discovery you can export messages to a standards-based XML format that can be searched, saved, and printed from the Archive Client. Once exported, there is no dependency on GroupWise.
  High performance, high volume archiving to SQL database
  FAST: Searching messages in a large archive (100 GB+) average between 6-20 seconds
  Single authentication point for accessing multiple archives
  Standards-based XML for portable, independent archives
  Providing easy access to, and redistribution of email records for legal discovery processes through a rich Windows client and Web Archive browser interface
  Search, save, print, forward, and restore messages from the archive
  Reducing the size of active GroupWise databases in an effort to eliminate large GroupWise database corruption issues
  Encryption and compression of messages and file attachments
Discovery Includes
  • Discovery Console providing a user friendly interface for configuring archive related jobs, such as exporting messages
  • Monitor service for controlling and managing the various jobs
  • Archive Client, a Windows client that looks acts just like the GroupWise Windows client - if you know how to use the GroupWise Windows Client you know how to use the Nexic Archive Client.
  • Web Archive, a web-access like browser interface for viewing the archive
  • Life-cycle management process for removing messages based on a specific search criteria
  • Tier 2 migration process for migrating messages from short-term, expensive storage, to cheaper, long-term storage
  • Full-Text indexing for high performance searches