Marlboro, NJ (November 23, 2009) – MXsense Solutions, Inc. today announced a new version of its MXsense Web-based email archiving solution which now supports Linux and Unix operating systems. Organizations running Sendmail and compliant email servers on Linux, Unix, Sun Solaris, HP-UX and IBM AIX can now take full advantage of MXsense. This new version is available now and expands on the company’s widely deployed email archiving platform for Microsoft Exchange environments.
MXsense is designed to help organisations manage the ever-growing volume of information and intelligence stored in email communications and attachments. As a cloud-based email archiving solution, MXsense provides a powerful search engine with built-in indexing and retrieval features, giving users full access to their personal and corporate “extended inbox.” A fully-managed solution, MXsense does not require the installation and management of client software or on-premise equipment. All archived email is securely stored and managed in our data center.
“As we got involved in the email archiving marketplace, we saw that the Linux/Unix segment was being ignored by solution providers,” explained Paul Banco, Chief Executive Officer at MXsense Solutions, Inc. “There are a great many organisations using Linux and Unix systems and they have the same email archiving needs as Exchange users, so we’ve crafted a version of MXsense for them.”
Organisations and channel partners are welcome to check out a fully functional demo of MXsense for FREE at: MXsense.com/tryit.html.
About MXsense Solutions, Inc.
MXsense Solutions is a privately held company targeting the email archiving market. Using an on-demand, software as a service (SaaS) model, MXsense makes it easy for organisations to archive and search through their ever-growing volumes of business-critical email communications. MXsense offers an affordable suite of tools to optimise existing IT investments, while providing the capability to proactively support business initiatives related to email archiving, surveillance and compliance as well as knowledge management and e-discovery. For more information, visit: www.MXsense.com.