Sunbelt Exchange Archiver
I am working on
evaluating trying to evaluate the new Sunbelt Exchange Archiver from Sunbelt Software. It was just officially released yesterday (11–19–07) and made available for download from their website. I went ahead and downloaded it yesterday, and spent most of my day today trying to get it installed and working so I can take a look at it first hand. Right off the bat I had problems getting it installed. The servers I’m using are test servers on an isolated network, so they are not routinely patched and maybe that is playing a role in my issues. What I do know is that mcvcr71.dll was not properly registered and caused the installer to fail. After giving up on fixing that for now, I went to another test server and trie the install. On the second machine I got past the mcvcr71.dll issue and this time had an error when attempting to create a mailbox for the superuser account.
I’m waiting for a call back from Sunbelt support to help me get the product installed. I’m impressed by the software’s functionality and apparent ease of use. I have a few questions about deploying it in a global diverse network, and need to get more information from them for testing and putting together a deployment plan. I watched their hour long product walk through via LiveMeeting, and really liked what I saw. I’ll post more about my experiences with this product as I go along.
Posted on November 20, 2007, in Professional/Tech, Software and tagged download, exchange, help, LAN, network, parent, server, sing, software, sunbelt, tech, time, web. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Sunbelt Exchange Archiver.