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FileShadow Service Adds Email Archiving

FileShadow now archives email and attachments from multiple Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Gmail, iCloud Mail, Yahoo! Mail, and generic IMAP server accounts into its cloud file vault. Those messages and attachments can be organized, searched and published, along with other files from other disparate storage locations.

November 19, 2021
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FileShadow Adds Email Archiving For Multiple Accounts

In addition to connecting Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, local hard drives, and more, FileShadow collects email messages and attachments from Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Gmail, iCloud Mail, Yahoo! Mail, and generic IMAP servers into its cloud file archive.

November 19, 2021
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FileShadow Service Adds Email Archiving

FileShadow now archives email messages and attachments from Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Gmail, iCloud Mail, Yahoo! Mail, and generic IMAP servers into its cloud file archive.

November 18, 2021
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FileShadow now archives email and attachments from multiple email accounts

Once in the FileShadow vault, a machine learning process analyses the content to create metadata tags. Messages and attachments can be organised, searched and published, along with other files from disparate storage locations.

November 18, 2021
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In addition to connecting Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, local hard drives, and more, FileShadow collects email messages and attachments

“We now collect your content from all places where it’s stored, helping you search and share your files, regardless of their source,” said Tyrone Pike, president and CEO of FileShadow.

November 18, 2021
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FileShadow now archives email and attachments from multiple email accounts into its cloud file vault.

“Using our machine learning process, we give you a faster, more powerful search, finding messages, files, PDFs and photo attachments typically not supported by most email clients. FileShadow is the complete solution for collecting your content together in one, searchable place,” says Tryone Pike, president and CEO of FileShadow.

November 18, 2021
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