Email Recovery

Why You Should Never Use a System Image as a Normal Data Backup?

A system image is totally a backup of everything on your computer hard drive. Thus many users are curious about whether they could directly treat a system image as a normal data backup. This article will probe into this issue in depth. Without any doubts, in order to safeguard our data against corruption or loss, we have to make consistent and up-to-date data backups which will help a lot in data recovery. For instance, if we’ve backed up our Outlook files that contain precious data, even...

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How to Phase Out Archived Exchange Mailboxes in an Effective Manner

In this article we look at the rationale behind phasing out archived mailboxes and to do so in an effective manner. Archiving mailboxes in Exchange has become an increasingly popular way of storing unused mailboxes. Many users do it simply because it is a company policy, and others are afraid they might need it at some point in future. Archiving mailboxes is certainly a good way of storing your Exchange mailboxes, and with the coming of the possibility of storing them online, archiving has...

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How to Record and Track Phone Calls with Your Outlook Journals

Outlook journal feature support users to record and track phone calls. If you often want to write down some notes during a business call, why not use Outlook journal? This article will look at this feature and introduce the operations elaborately. More often than not, you must often make business phone calls to your clients or colleagues. During the calls, you may need to record some notes. In this situation, normally, you may get used to finding a pen and paper to write down the notes by...

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